Tuesday, August 11, 2009

A work day at home.....

I did what I said and stayed home and worked today. My day started in the garden where it was wet and muddy after our gully-washer yesterday. With the mud on my hands and swatting at mosquitoes, I was quite a sight by the time I came in. Yesterday was rainy most of the day but about 5:00 it poured and these strange clouds rolled in from 2 different directions. It was pretty scary for awhile but apparently, was just a cold front coming in. Weird!!!!


This was my harvest from this morning. The green beans are cooking right now and tomorrow I'm going to make the pepper relish that was posted http://mennonitegirlscancook.blogspot.com/ . We'll see what happens. I'm thinking the relish would be great on brown beans and cornbread.


Tomorrow I'm taking time off to go watch the g'kids play tennis. They're all taking lessons and tomorrow is there last one until after school starts. Can't believe it's almost that time and all 3 kids will be in school all day. Time flies!!!!

5 comments:

common ground said...

All your garden goodies look so delicious AND I love those blue pottery bowls! You're making me hungry!
Debra

Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

Look at that harvest! You have one heck of a producing garden, friend. Hope you enjoyed your day and those g'kids. Thanks for your prayers and kind words. I am healing up nicely. ~Mindy

krys kirkpatrick said...

Looks delicious. Here in Washington we have had so much sunshine we have tomatoes ripening in the garden too. I just have to remember to go pick them.

Polly said...

Thank you for visiting my blog today! Your comment was very sweet! So, is Leaola's your shop? My in-laws live in Springfield and we road-tripped there in November. I tried to visit Leola's, but it was closed to set up for the holiday gathering. Leola's is first on my list when we make it to Springfield again! We did get to go to that "throwed rolls" place by Leola's and that was quite a treat!!

Take care,
Polly

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