WRITINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS FROM A SMALL COMMUNITY IN WESTERN NEW YORK
I am already dreaming of this year's garden as well. So ready for spring!
gorgeous pics! Can spring/summer really be coming? It seems so very far away. Thanks for the reassurance.
That salad nicoise looks fabulous! So excited for gardening season!
You are an inspiration!
I want to come camp out at your place. Yummy food and such pretty fruit and veggies.
A couple of items:#1 I was 'dreaming' this AM and included a comment about Moon today. I saw you post the other day as 'romantic'. hahahaha#2 Your banner of Berlin. How did you get that effect? Almost looks like painting. What did you do, please?
Oh, SucH Mouth Watering Content! Those Are Exciting Memories, Soon To Be Relived!Berlin's Lovely, In The Header!
Boy if your photos don't make you want summer to get here, nothing will!! :-)
Dear Lori, both the fruit salad and the green salad made me decide to get up after writing this and go to the kitchen and make myself a delicious salad! Those photographs are so appetizing. And the photographs of the vegetables make me firm in my resolve to plant at least two square foot gardens this summer. They will each be three feet by three feet. So I'll end up with 18 feet of garden. This is a new beginning for me since moving here to Missouri.I had veggie gardens in Minnesota and so enjoyed not only the veggies but the work. Peace.
Wonderful, real, fresh food! Yum!
yummy! that's spring fever to sink your teeth into. :)
The photos of the fresh vegetables look delicious! Thank you for sharing.
No wonder you can't stop thinking...everything is so fresh and healthy...your hard work has not gone unrewarded!!Love the header!
Well done! I can't wait for our garden as well. We always eat good when the fresh veggies are in. :)
Your photos of food...wow. You could make anyone hungry. even if they just came out of a 7 course meal...we are ordering 12 burr oak and 12 quaking aspen - the trees around the house are being cut down, along with about 45 acres due to the fire, because, well, they are dead - they did not come back. We wont have a garden this year, but gosh darn it Im going to grow these trees ;)!! So please show EVERY STEP of your garden, to share with those who cant this year!!! Thanks Lori! :)
thats what we call real garden picked freshness, great shots.
Beautiful, beautiful food! You're garden is quite impressive! Yes...come on spring!
A plithera of perfect pics..:-)
Lovely and tasty. Makes me long for summer even more than I already did.
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