That's what Jeeves expected when he decided to help me with laying the new path that connects the potager with the garden cottage at Bliss. Mr Jeeves, being very tired from all his hard work assisting me, wanted to be carted around all over the garden at the drop of a hat - or should that be whisker? - and much fun was had by all. But it did slow down the work just a tad.
Here he is on guard duty. Those bags and paving stones are, you understand, in imminent and grave danger from being stolen from my secure back garden. ;-)
Inspector Jeeves, overseeing what I've done so far. Will it get his seal of approval? A closer look at what's been done so far. Hmmmmmmm.
The finished result. This pic was taken with my back towards the potager.
Here's a look from the garden cottage towards the potager.
In case you're wondering if it actually got Jeeves's seal of approval; it got this.
I found it the day the path was finished. Ewww. Want a closer look?
So I may not have gotten Jeeves' seal but I did get his shrew of approval. This also clears up the murder mystery we had a few weeks ago when I found this massacre in my garden and wondered who the culprit was.
So, if you are a shrew, be very aware of what dangers may lurk in the garden.
Jeeves, the tamer, make that killer of the shrew.
Jeeves: good grief, this really is much ado about nothing. I'm off, could someone order me a taxi?