Sunday, February 15, 2009

Environmentally Friendly Lawn Mower


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If you have gone "Green" and are trying to keep your carbon footprint low, this is the lawn mower for you. Plus you might have a great butt and legs by the end of summer!

15 comments:

DomesticDivasFancy said...

Ha that cracks me up!

Olive Rue said...

Oh how funny! Creative but funny and I bet if you were to put in an antique store it would sell too.

Momovthree said...

LOL, this is cracking me up! I'll pass though, I don't need firm thighs THAT badly. ;)
~Michelle

Miss Janice said...

This is so funny...but, I probably should use something like this!

Karla said...

That is awesome! LOL! Perfect for my boys!

~Karla

Kimm at Reinvented said...

How funny! We actually bought one of those manual mowers last summer, but returned it to the store because it didn't do a very good job.

Melissa Miller said...

Too cute! ;)

Melissa Miller said...

Hi Wendy, :)

Thanks so much for your kind words on our Blue Master suite. I really appreciate it.

The little tasseled Blue pillow came from Kohl's a few years ago. I have seen some almost like it at Ross just recently though.

Have a wonderful week.
~Melissa :)

Kimm at Reinvented said...

Hi, I'm back! Stop by when you get a chance, I've left something on my blog for you.

Julie said...

We used to have a push mower like that, but not hooked onto the front of a bicycle! Did you get it that way, or is it something that Nick "invented"?

Olive Rue said...
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Olive Rue said...

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You are such a sweetie, Wendy! Thanks for all the blog love. The Charleston Part 2 was just for you!

If you ever get the chance to visit Charleston you def should. I didn't want to come home. They have some of the most amazing homes I've ever seen.

The wrought iron, cobblestone driveways, old shutters and landscaping are just incredible! We walked almost everywhere we went and I couldn't walk 5 feet without having to take a pic of something. That's the most pics (besides a wedding) that I have ever taken photos of at one time.

Connie said...

wendy, Is that bike-cutter functional? To me it seems like a great idea. I can't imagine turning corners, though.
I'm sure that could be worked out.

So clever!

Julie said...

Where are you, Wendall?! You haven't posted anything for a few days.

Tanielle said...

You are so fun, I love your blog that's why I gave you an award! Go to mine to check it out.