Wednesday, June 25, 2008

My Wednesday








21 comments:

City Mouse said...

Oh, Peggy - Everything there is just so beautiful. Heck, even the driveway. That zuke looks awesome - my favorite veg. I have two measly tomato plants here in the city, but they are doing well - 14 toms on 'em!

JoyceAnn said...

Your garden looks wonderful and the veggies ~ delish ~. No tomatoes for me yet , just starting to get small ones. I can't wait for that fresh mater sandwich. My cucumbers aren't growing , I may have to plant more in another spot. I do have squash coming full blast.

~ Garden Blessings ~ JoyceAnn

PEA said...

Sis, I sure wish I was walkin' down that driveway of yours and coming to see you:-) I so loved seeing more of your surroundings, so peaceful looking. Look at your garden veggies...mine are just starting to peek out of the ground! lol

Loved reading your previous post about Bud...what a life he's had so far and I always giggle when I think of him pouting! hehe Still hard to believe that he was found after being gone for 4 months, I know how you had pretty much given up home of ever seeing him again. xoxo

Kelley said...

Oh gosh, I love Tractor Supply Store!!
We don't have them here in Ca so when we go to IL I make dh take me, it just tickles him that I love it there so much!

Bud is a cutie! A year ago dh found a baby iggy at work and brought him home, he couldn't stay, we found him a loving home...
So glad that Bud can't wander away from you anymore!

Your okra and beans look so good!

Wishing you a wonderful evening!

Flip Flop Floozie said...

Thanks for the trip in the country!! Loved it. Someday I hope to come and visit you guys. Sandy

Donna said...

I love Tractor Supply! Love the jazzy new look around here too!

Mandie said...

Oh Peggy, you out did me with your blog!! I LOVE it!!! Where did you find that background? I am not too savvy yet with this blog thing, hehe. Your garden looks fantastic. Our squash died, I think the bugs got to it. We picked one and that was all she could do. Love the music too!!!

Jo said...

Thanks for the directions to Hidden Haven. You just start cooking that Okra. JD and I will be right over for lunch. I'll bring my own mater and salt shaker... lol

Mandie said...

Yahooooo!!!! Thank you soo much, I will have so much fun with that!

Jules said...

I wish I could grow veggies like that!
I love the patriotic look of your blog!!
I read your profile and I swear we could be twins. I love the exact same books, authors, and movies. EVERY one.
I also am a regular at Tractor supply. The one here had some really cool carved wood benches and some pretty fountains this year.

Boy we are really moving up in the world!
Just dropped by to say hi!

OH...we had a little baby billy this week. I will snap a picture of him and post on my blog!

cheers, Jules

hillbilly2be said...

Oh, those fresh veggies sure do look good, Peggy. We have lots of little farm stores around here, and I just love popping in them - sometimes more for the culture than for the products. :)

I love your driveway... that was what I envisioned for ours. Alas, the concrete guy thought we wanted a runway. LOL. I'll let stuff grow back in over the years though. :)

Enjoy those maters! I'm anxiously awaiting my first red one. :)

Ron

Rachel said...

This was a nice tour!! I posted about visiting a big vegetable garden yesterday! Today I filled my stomach with the things I got there and it was mighty good!

Loved reading about Bud in the previous post! I wondered how he was doing these days.

meggie said...

What lovely pics! It really is a Hidden Haven.

Kristie said...

I envy you guys with gardens!! I would so love to have at least a small one but hubby keeps insisting we wait until after he gets the yard landscaped the way he wants it. I've been waiting now for over 10 years. Sigh. Count you blessings. Gardens are wonderful. :)

Annie said...

You have a beautiful place! your garden looks great, I cant wait to get the first tomatoe from my vines, my mouth is watering just looking at yours!

Carolyn said...

Surfin' the blogs and found you. Just wanted to say Hi and nice Blog.

Twinville said...

I'd love to ride my horse or walk my llamas down your beautiful long driveway.
You are truly blessed.

cindee said...

Loved the tour!!!(-: Your drive looks so nice and relaxing!!!!(-: Thanks for sharing!!! I love Tractor Supply too(-:

Rosa said...

I'd sure love some of my mom's summer vegetable soup. The okra and green beans remind me of it. Yum.

HomemakerAng said...

I really enjoyed these photos peggy! Hope you are well!
xoxox

HomemakerAng said...

I really enjoyed these photos peggy! Hope you are well!
xoxox