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Truely wonderful!! congratulations!!!tammyp
I love it! :) We have lettuce and oregano ready to harvest -- it will be weeks before we have potatoes and green beans (or anything else) -- enjoy! Love you, Mom
I couldn't agree more!
Yay! We don't have a garden, but my inlaws do, and I love eating over there in the late summer, when all the veggies are fresh picked. Good for you! :)
Yes it is! We've already been picking cherries, strawberries, rhubarb and tomatoes. I'm looking forward to the rest of my harvest.Blessings,Nancy
YUM! Great job!!! What a blessing! :)
Everything looks yummy. I got that same good feeling every time I made a salad last summer. I just went out to the garden and got some cucumbers and tomatoes and sometimes some peppers.Do you still have the jackets on your potatoes? They look yummy. How did you prepare them?
That is great! Congratulations!
monica, what are the reddish things?How did you prepare the potatoes?Looks very good!
That is a happy thing! I love your canning jar with the rose bud, simple and beautiful.
Hooray--that's great! Thinking of you today. love, c
What a great accomplishment! Way to go. :)
That IS such a good feeling! :) So glad you were able to make such a wonderful meal with veggies from the garden! Such a treat! :)
That's so neat! Your family must have reallye enjoyed. My littlest likes to help gather the veggies and pull plants when they're done producing.
I served smoked sausage, roasted potatoes and green beans. I'll post the potato recipe soon as it is HEAVENLY!!
How wonderful! And tasty too! I can't wait to harvest from ours :)Have a blessed day Monica!~Sharon
That is truly a great feeling. Food from your own hard work. Don't get to do it anymore, but our kiddos bring fresh things every week. I miss the work in the garden, but one must face their limitations. Blessings young family. You are the foundation of our world.QMM
What a blessing!
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