13 July 2011

Nature's Bounty



Okay, so, bounty might not be the most appropriate word here. But let's be honest; is there anything more rewarding than biting into the first homegrown tomato of the summer?

I guess writing that letter paid off.
 

9 comments:

  1. Hee! In the city, we take any homegrown harvest!

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  2. i live 20 miles south of chicago and all my tomaotes are still green.

    guess i'll be writing some letters tomorrow.

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  3. Congratulations on your first harvest! Enjoy it in whatever you put it in.

    Mine are still green, but my green peppers are almost ready. and they are soooo cuuuutttteeee!!!!!!

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  4. Oh how wonderful... your first ripe tomato!
    Very exciting :]

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  5. Looks just like our first harvest! I was watching a cherry tomato ripen, waiting one more day to pick it, then it was gone! I thought an animal had come up on the deck and snatched it. Well, yes, an animal got to it before me, my 15 year old son!

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  6. Peaches, you know that "Less is more," right? So pretty-ful. xo

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  7. Hi!! I know your blog today, its very creative. I like so much....
    I go on around here a litle bit more ;D
    Kisses from Madrid

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