New Dip At The Salad Bar

Recently, Motor Man spotted some visitors outside our bedroom window.

Mmmmmm: liriope. My very favorite. I’ll just have a little munch.”


Uh-oh. I am so busted.”


Oh well, while I’m here, I’ll just try this birdbath- water dip.”


Okay, okay. I’m sorry I ate the liriope. I’ll try not to let it happen again.”

Sheesh, it was just one tiny little nibble.”

Thanks for the photos, Motor Man.


23 responses to “New Dip At The Salad Bar

  1. Ooh! Cheeky little one!

  2. Aww that was beautiful 🙂 Thanks for popping by to visit. The balls going to be great 🙂 xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

  3. Great timing for MM on the photos! That little deer truly was “busted” but just one little nibble didn’t hurt…..mine are chewed down to the ground!!

    Pam and Sam

  4. Ohhhh, you both have a sense of humor! I bet you were surprised when MM showed you these.

  5. Adorable! Deer mommy forgot to tell this little guy he’s suppose to dislike the taste of Liriope. Great pictures MM,

  6. What is a “Liriope?” I must be stupid

  7. Must be quite a show for Sundae!

  8. Awww! So cute. Their fur looks like velvet. But stay away from my flowers.

  9. Little stinker! Looks so innocent.. 🙂 They munched every one of my impatiens this Fall!

  10. Hmmm, they can be a big pain in our little village.

  11. so cute. 🙂

  12. Oh! what beautiful neighbors you have……………….

  13. Love that second shot, such a pretty face–with liriope dangling. Great job on all of them, Motor Man. The occasional bunny keeps ours neatly trimmed. 🙂

  14. Motor Man was on point! – great captures!

  15. So sweet! It’s hard not to love them, no matter how much damage they do! 🙂

  16. Well, that little deer wasn’t passing up on the free lunch and happy hour drinks, was she? 😉

  17. That was cute! The deer can be real pests around our house munching on the veggie garden, my flowers…even the roses!

  18. Oh my, she’s beautiful…how nice she found something to snack on 😉

  19. Precious photos! I must say, this little guy is much cuter eating your plants than the ones I used to have eating mine! When we lived in the foothills of the front range above Denver, there were large deer and elk herds that regularly ate whatever had just bloomed. I never caught them in the act quite like you did! ~ Sheila

  20. Love it love it love it! So sweet and such good fun. 🙂

  21. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    How sweet. The little one knew where to come.

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