Dixie Cup Bouquet

Nellie May Gingham inspects her dandelion harvest for ripeness. After all, her Dandelion Wine is served exclusively at the Ladies Kettlecorn Club, and it always wins first place at the Iowa State Fair Weed-B-Gone Competition.


“Stem”-ware not required, Meagan E.

Comments

  1. Malinki says:

    That’s dandy, and I ain’t lyin’ :D

  2. 260Oakley says:

    Hmm, I’m sure her wine has a fine nose, if short legs. I prefer a nice Whiskery Sour myself.

  3. Martha in Washington says:

    The lively yellow of the dandelion sets off Nellie May’s BEF to perfection!

  4. Martha in Washington says:

    Seriously, how do you DO that? :lol:

  5. Win! :-D

  6. victoreia says:

    Has she considered taking her Dandelion Wine to Redwall Abbey? I’m sure they’d love to compare recipes!

  7. I spy a tail nubbin!

  8. Guinea Peeg Lover says:

    Oh mah gah, I LOVE the Redwall books!

  9. Guinea Peeg Lover says:

    Okay, now tell us, have the dandelions been poysined by some inconsiderate fool?

  10. That’s a dande-ham!

  11. “I’m not sure if I like butter or not. Maybe dandelions do the same thing as buttercups…”

  12. I’m a little nervous about that little ham being so close to that dandelion!
    After all lions whether dandy or not are cats :lol:

  13. 260Oakley says:

    Not to worry, if we see any signs of trouble we can nip it in the bud!

  14. Martha in Washington says:

    Is that a four-leaf clover by Nellie May’s foot? Lucky AND cute!

  15. Fird Birfle says:

    2600 is an Alien Compooter.

  16. Fird Birfle says:

    “lively yellow” = WIN

  17. Fird Birfle says:

    At least one of us is enjoying the idea of having named Nellie May,
    Nellie May :)

  18. In my opinion, tail nubs are the most adorable part of a hamster’s anatomy.

  19. Seriously cute hammie.

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