Wordless Wednesday Starring Doe Re Mi

How nice of the neighbors to plant flowers for Doe Re Mi!

Nom nom…this pot tastes even better.

I especially like this one—it has a fine bouquet.

Time to water the lawn…

Uh oh—-I have been caught!

I just couldn’t chase her away …..would you have been able to???  But shhhhh….don’t tell the neighbors!



  1. I would plant more flowers for her!

  2. Yes, definitely plant more flowers! You are a kindhearted soul not to chase her off.

  3. I never tire of seeing deer in our neighborhood. Some neighbors welcome the deer, some neighbors are frustrated by the deer. I liked your pictures.

  4. Laughing out loud at these photos and your accompanying story, but only because the deer isn’t eating MY flowers.

    • Oh Audrey—you would welcome them! I will send Doe Re Mi up your way if you want!!! She is just such a sweet deer and I can never get upset when she raids the feeders and eats the flowers. But our neighbors have much more lush and accessible ones ! 🙂

  5. Georgiana Hill says:

    We miss seeing the deer this summer. Must be because of the weather? But they have eaten their share of our trees past years. We love to see them but do not like what they do to our trees.

  6. No way, she is too cute and I love her name! 🙂

  7. Were you holding your breath?
    I would have been!

    • No–she is pretty used to me by now taking pictures of her. I sometimes can sneak out and sit on the deck and watch her without her running off—been pretty close to her and she knows I won’t hurt her, I guess.

  8. I hope she’s not to trustful come hunting season…

  9. Awww. I couldn’t have chased her either and would have taken a ton of pictures myself!!! They gotta eat too, right?

  10. Oh, what a cutie. Of course, I couldn’t have chased here away! Your neighbors may kill both of us! LOL

  11. “her”

  12. Such a cutie!

  13. Wow! You got really close to it!

  14. Your secret is safe with me!

  15. Beautiful deer! What kind of ingredients are in DeerOut? My mother used to put hair clippings (from after she cut my brother’s hair) out on her flowers to discourage rabbits. I wonder if it works for deer too…

    She’s a lovely creature, though I must admit it would upset me if she ate my plants! 😉

    • I am not sure what is in the Deer Out—-it is supposed to smell minty but the last time I used it it definitely did not smell minty so I think it had aged or something ! Ugh!!! I really don’t mind her getting into the feeders and plants—too much….

  16. That’s too funny. She was clearly caught in the act.

  17. cheeky doe! I admit though, I’d toss some apples on the lawn so she’d keep coming back. beautiful.

  18. Helen Brown says:

    I love the pictures and the story as well. I wish I could get that close to the deer here. By the time I get my camera they are gone. There were 5 of them for a while but I haven’t seen them for a long time.

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