Slow allotment gardening in the life of a busy family
What nicely posed beets! They look good enough to eat!
good composition and such a poignant observation. someday your son will be bringing little ones and you will need many beet roots as life for him turns into a family
Hi LindaI haven´t visit you in a while.I´m sorry for that. We have been on holiday in Crete and we come home last Friday. Two weeks in the sun wasn´t bad at all.I can see that your wegetables grows well. Have a great dayGunilla
So poignant, Linda! It is the little things that remind us of the big changes that sweep through our lives.
I have to go pull mine now. You have me curious. The last time I tried they were so very small. Planted them too late. Your three look very good. Your going to starve if you planned living on those.
What a sweet post, Linda. He'll always be your little boy no matter how far away he is.
Hi Linda,funny how some things hit us at the strangest times and what prompts them.When I first read 'only 3' I thought something dreadful (as in a bug) had taken hold of your beetroot!
Yummy to make salad with potato...Bet the beets make a special treat to your visiting son.Thanks for popping in my Skywatch. :)
I love your photos. Nicely done.My brother plans on visiting Scotland next year. His birth mom is from there. Looks like an interesting place! Thanks for visiting My Muskoka !
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