Simple Pleasures

It’s hard NOT to be in a pretty good mood at this time of year (regardless of what might be going on). There’s nothing quite like the feeling of strolling out into the yard and harvesting naturally-grown (and unbelievably flavorful) tomatoes and basil for the evening’s bruschetta bread mix, or coming across the biggest musk melon you’ve ever seen, growing on what began as a very-neglected “volunteer” plant. Or perhaps it’s just the overall sense of awe you feel as you survey the natural bounty that’s burst forth in such a short time-frame.

It reminds you of the “big picture” importance of all this kooky “worm stuff”, and of the “magic” that attracted you to it in the first place.

Utterly amazing.

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    • Ted
    • August 24, 2011

    Very nice, I have a bowl of Romas thats sceeming seafood marinara.
    It has been a good year for health & beauty in the garden.

    • John Duffy
    • August 25, 2011

    Those are some awfully nice looking tomatoes. What variety are the purple-ish looking ones on the right?
    Mrs.Swininger & Ortman say hello. Last years’ worm bucket is lookin pretty good!
    Ole grandpa needs to assess the worm population & give the wormies some powdered egg shells

    • Rich
    • August 25, 2011

    Gorgeous pickin’s!

  1. Thanks guys!

    JOHN – The dark ones are a heirloom variety known as “Black Cherry”. They are VERY tasty – but I’m still waiting for most of the crop to come in. Glad the worm bucket is still going strong!

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