It's not about the house.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Quick Question:


Is this poison ivy? Growing up the side of my house? That Johnny just spent an hour and a half ripping out? And trudging through? Before he noticed it? Because it was mixed in with the thorn bushes? And what are those thorn bushes, anyways? We used to think they were wild roses, but are they really? Should I have taken a picture of them? Isn't the poison ivy question more important?

Either way, that is definitely a shadow of my head.

4 comments:

su said...

I hope you both showered with soap immediately

capello said...

"leaves of three, let it be."

also, poison ivy usually gets more colorful and vibrant before the other ivies, which helps in distinguishing it.

pork luck said...

oooh.. i hope it wasnt naked gardening day!

Chris said...

"­In ­the places where your skin has come into contact with poison ivy leaves, within one to two days you'll develop a rash, which will usually itch, redden, burn, swell, and form blisters".
He neither you or John have a rash yet I would have to say that you are safe and that was just some stupid Townville plant...