Friday, June 05, 2009

Sorry

Been busy canning 20 quarts of veggie soup, 8 half pints of peach jam and 8 pints of apple butter. This plus getting everything together for the craft fair tomorrow so haven't been posting. Will be back tomorrow evening with photos of the craft fair and whatever adventures going on around here. I am so blessed to have a friend that gives us excess fruit and veggies. Will come in handy on a cold winters night.

13 comments:

Cathy said...

Hello Peggy
Look forward to more posts - all in good time
Take care
Cathy

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Peggy, We all know how terribly busy you are. I'm amazed that you can do as much as you can. We all do understand.

Good luck at the craft fair...

Write when you can.
Hugs,
Betsy

Terri said...

Here's hoping you take that craft fair by storm and completely overwhelm them with the quality of your wares! :) See ya next week!

Terri said...

Here's hoping you take that craft fair by storm and completely overwhelm them with the quality of your wares! :) See ya next week!

Jeanette said...

Gday Peggy. Do you ever sit down.. your house must smell divine with all that cooking and bottling..
look forward to your craft market photo's..

SWEETHEARTS MOM said...

I am so glad you are blessed with energy. and yes on a cold winter morning, a little toast butter and apple butter and a little hot cocoa will sure hit the spot and help you remember the warm summer mornings.

amelia said...

I wish I had a fraction of your energy!!
I've always wanted to do preserving and canning but have never got around to it!!

The Raggedy Girl said...

I think it is so important that we all have the freedom to post or not, to visit when we can and not to visit when our homes are in need of us. If you post I will get to it and if you are busy I will understand.

The Raggedy Girl

Rosa said...

Oh, I remember my mom's vegy soup from the summer crops. My favorite!! Glad you are well. xoxox

Mary said...

Peggy,

Canning season here is mainly in August and September, but we do can and freeze fruits as they are in season. Corn and tomatoes in August. Squash and pumpkin in September. Apples and pears in September. So canning season is pretty much in the future for me.

Looking forward to seeing your photos.

Blessings,
Mary

Jess said...

Hope you are having a great weekend and I can't wait for the pics.

Happy Sunday

Love, Jess

PS The canning sounds great

Iowa Gal said...

When I read of all the food you canned it made my mouth water..........recipes please!!

Jennifer said...

That sounds like a lot of work, but the soup sure will be good this winter!