Friday, January 15, 2010

An early morning pick.


Why am I temptped to think it was '4 for me, 1 for the bucket?!'

 
Remember the story 'The Enourmous Turnip'? Well some of these were like the enourmous onion.


I am not as good as I wish I was in the garden. I think I need a hat that says 'I'd rather be sewing'! Having said that, I am very very thankful for the gardener of the household because there is really nothing like it.
These apples looked nice when I shined them up- although (and I know you'll be surprised given my high level of photographic genius!) you can't really tell!




8 comments:

  1. Oh yummy!

    I am a hopeless gardener! My DH is always hassling me about my lack of care of the garden.

    I too would rather be sewing!

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  2. I am definitely not the gardener in our family but gosh they look fabulous growing & of course enjoying the fruits of someone elses labour :)

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  3. Love it, which reminds me I should get the kids to pick our strawberries before the hungry caterpillar discovers our secret stash at the other end of the garden! .. lol Mel xox

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  4. Your apples look lovely . Really I thought that was the rule for strawberries , 4 for me 1 for the pot !

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  5. Nice pickings, I love home grown. You are lucky you got any strawberries in the bucket!!

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  6. I hope you had a wonderful holiday and are getting off to a great start to the new year. I wanted to thank you for entering my Sew Mama Sew Giveaway. I know that that was a busy week for everyone trying to enter all of the contests and it was hard to actually take the time to get a good look at the blogs. So I would like to invite you back to one or both of my blogs to look around and see if one of them is a place that you would like to come back and visit again. If so, please consider signing up as a follower or putting me on your blog list so you will know when I post. My sewing blog is www.sewingwithtrudy.blogspot.com and my art blog is www.artisticcreationswithtrudy.blogspot.com I would also like to remind you that my 9 year old daughter has her own sewing blog. You can visit her at www.sewingsister.blogspot.com
    Thank you so much for your time, and I hope you have a beautiful day.

    God bless,

    Trudy

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  7. Love your home produce. Great garden and you must be a great gardener Tanya. I will have something from our garden to show soon too - Hugs Nat

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