Saturday, June 6, 2009

The Shy Bean Sprout's




And I told them thier blossoms would be different, but just as beautiful.





Hi everyone,

Today I thought would be a good day to take a little journey through my garden.

First I walked down to the berry patch to see my favorite ----strawberrys!

I found some nice red juicy berrys , so I stuffed some in my mouth and picked a little basket full to take back to my moms. They were sooo good.

Then I stopped and smelled the big orange carrot tops. Next, I peeked into the tomatoe plants to see what I could see- and there were blossoms- as many as the stars in the sky.




I made my way down to the bean patch and was surprised at how all the little bean plants were starting to climb up their ladders.


All except,,, two little bean sprouts that seemed to be peeking out of the soil, but not starting to climb their ladders. I was worried, so I decided to sit for awhile. I pulled a big carrot out of the ground and plopped my little self down on it.

I sat quietly for awhile, thinking, and then I said. "Little bean sprout , can you tell me why your not coming out of the soil like the other little beans?" "Is something wrong"?


One little bean sprout, then told me, that they had gotten a late start. They were a different kind of bean than all the others, and they felt a little shy. They were going to have speckles on them, and the others did not. They did not know what to do. They felt out of place, and maybe could not catch up.

After thinking a bit, I told the bean sprouts that they would have a different kind of blossom when they grew up, but that they would be beautiful too. "Don't give up little bean sprouts".

Just wiggle your toes and stretch.

Sometimes, we all feel like we are behind and we ask ourselves----should we stop, or should we go? I know I have felt that way. Have you?

As I sat on the carrot, talking to the shy bean sprouts, rain started falling from the sky.

I was getting soaked, and cold.

When I started to leave the bean patch, I turned and looked behind me. The bean sprouts were stretching their faces up into the sky- soaking in the sweet rain.

I have a good feeling that they will be growing tall- real soon, and blooming proudly.


I grabbed my strawberry basket in my mouth, and ran to the house, fast as I could go.

Mama was at the door, to wipe my muddy feet and to dry me off with some nice warm towels, and wash my berry stained mouth.

I will take a nice little nap, since my tummy is very full of strawberrys.

Tomorrow, I will go back and see how much they have grown.

Nitey nite everyone

love

tweedles


19 comments:

the casbah kitten/inside the casbah said...

Tweedles, I'm sure your bean sprouts will grow up just fine with your encouragement. You've got a lovely garden!

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Tank woo furry much fur the tour of your garden!

I know the little bean sprouts appreciated your advice furry much!

Woo are soooo furry smart and wise!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

GAIL said...

Good morning Tweedles,

Kong loves strawberries too. We are growing our's in baskets that hang so that they are not within reach of his mouth. That was nice encouragement you gave those beans. There's nothing wrong with being different.

Checkers said...

you get to eat strawberries! Your garden is beautiful - you are doing a good job at encouraging the beans!

The OP Pack said...

We just loved your story about your visit to the garden. Please do keep us updated about the cute little bean sprouts.

Tail wags, the OP Pack

Nancy and the fatties said...

Tweedley, this here is your good friend Howie. I happen to really like Strawberries. Do you got any to share?
many hugs...

The Devil Dog said...

Mom has raspberry, boysenberry and blackberry plants in the backyard. They are coming in really thick. Mom says we are going to have a ton of berries, if I don't eat them all first.
Having fresh strawberries must be the best. We are glad you told the bean sprouts that it is okay to be different and walk to a different drumbeat. More people need to remember that.

Roxy

the TN Bull Terrors said...

Very good advice you gave the little beans, what are those blue & orange blossoms going to be?

Feather, Darla, Pappy & LizzaBella ^..^

Riley said...

I love your garden, thanks for sharing...the veggies look yummy, flowers are pretty

Hank said...

Tweedles, honey.....I'm with you. Wouldn't it be a shame if all the bean sprouts looked alike?

Riley said...

i learning about the videos too, i think you click on the link then on the picture to get it going

Maggie and Mitch said...

We bet those two late starter beans plants will give you the biggest bestest yield, Tweedles!
We loved your story!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Manon Doyle said...

You can make those sprouts grow Tweedles! Your mom has the best garden! I'd love to eat some of the berries!
love,
otis

Every Photo Tells A Story said...

What a beautiful story, sweet Tweedles. Like those shy bean sprouts, we all have our fears. But, some of us have the courage to keep growing and to keep blooming into our true selves. And, that's a wonderful thing! You are so wise to notice.

And, aren't you kind to share the strawberries with your momma's? I think I would have eaten them all by myself:)

Salinger The Pug said...

Oooh thanks for sharing your garden with us Tweedles! Those strawberries look YUMMY!!!!

We've been watching our bean sprouts too! We'll think of you now every day when we check on them!

Love,
Salinger

Pearl said...

Hi Tweedles! That picture of you with your strawberries might just be the cutest one ever!

You are so nice to encourage those bean sprouts. Sometimes, we just need someone to tell us they believe in us!

Melissa and Emmitt said...

oh tweedles!
waht a beautiful story.
i love looking at the world through your eyes!

Becky said...

That must be so much fun to have your own garden. I would like to have a garden but some of my other dogs would tear it up, they dig up everything in the yard or pee on it! Tweedles you're loads of fun and I love reading about your adventures.

chicamom85 said...

Hi Tweedles, I am Sasha, please come and visit me. I have a very good friend named Pugsly that looks a lot like you.

Sasha and Anne(MOM)