Simple Sunday – A Forgotten Rind

A watermelon rind tossed aside and forgotten only to be found and enjoyed by another.

SS Rind

While I would have preferred the boys use the bowl left out specifically for watermelon rinds, I am glad it did not go to waste.

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17 Responses to Simple Sunday – A Forgotten Rind

  1. Cute..if a slug could be considered cute…. as long as it’s not eating my Hostas. :)

    • shoes says:

      I find them to be cute, in that creepy slug way, too. Maybe you need to provide them with watermelon rinds so they leave your Hostas alone.

  2. mimijk says:

    That is one healthy looking slug…sorry, but ew…..:-)

  3. That slug just found an entire buffet all to itself.

  4. twisteddomesticgoddess says:

    At least you know you’re doing your part to contribute to nature :)

  5. muddledmom says:

    That thing is huge! I hope he doesn’t invite his friends. My goodness.

    • shoes says:

      On the rare occasion that I actually water the backyard (where this picture was taken) the following morning the yard is dotted with him and all his friends. Way too many slugs! It is a miracle they have not found my raised veggie garden. My guess it that they are too lazy to climb the stairs to the top yard where the garden is.

  6. Jodi Stone says:

    Bleh, slugs. They destroyed my crops of basil and oregano. I’m not a big slug fan.

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