Thursday, 30 September 2010

Surprise movement

Betty breezed in from the garden informing me that she needed her bottom to be wiped. It transpired that she had decided to do a wee under a tree, but whilst doing it, in her words 'a poo popped out too'. She was genuinely amused by what had happened, as it had taken her by surprise as much as anyone, and so I could not be cross with her.

In the normal scheme of things, such an addition to my beautifully maintained lawn, the lawn where my baby Dolly roams around, often on her hands and knees, would have led to me going mental.

On this occasion, due to the sheer unexpectedness of the circumstance, I calmly went out with toilet paper, bleach, and scissors and removed the offending object from my garden, and no more was said on the matter.

9 comments:

TheMadHouse said...

We once had that in the sea with Maxi!

nappy valley girl said...

Just be thankful you don't have little boys - we've had poos on the beach, in the playground and many a time in the garden....

Pig in the Kitchen said...

Bleach? For the grass? Don't you live in the countryside? I am baffled...

Nora said...

That´s a decidedly levelheaded reaction on your part. Bravo.

Elsie Button said...

hi the mad house, oh dear! it's funny you said that because a betty sea accident has been a fear of mine

hi nappy valley, heck, seems like i have got off quite lightly so far...

hi pig, the bleach was to disinfect - you once put the fear into me about ecoli! i don't understand why living in the countryside makes a difference as to whether you or not you use bleach??!

hi Nora, yes i thought so! thanks for visiting

Beccers said...

that's hilarious!

sadie said...

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ! corking tale! :o)

Metropolitan Mum said...

Scissors? I got a feeling I don't really want to know...

Sparx said...

Bleach and scissors? My mind is really, really boggling here, help me out!!!!

This is SO a far cry from how I managed when Charlie pooed on Cadbury Fort (...and I've just seen the 'fnar fnar' in that, how sad...)