What a beautiful bounty!Loved your pound cake recipe yesterday and can't wait to make it! Can you believe I actually know somebody from Sour Lake?!!
Who needs a green thumb...or a sore back...with a sister like yours?! Hope you enjoy the "fruits" of your sister's labor! And hope you have a wonderful Fourth!Sherry @ A Happy Valentine
I agree with Sherry, you don't need to even try with such a sweet sister like that who shares her harvest ;-) Have a great 4th weekend Necel.come say hihugsDenise
What a treat to find your blog this morning while having my coffee.I too am a Texas blogger, and I am now a follower.I loved your list of favorite things in your sidebar, and all I can say is Ditto!I am off to read more posts.Stop by if you have time,LauraWhite Spray PaintPS. I can't wait to make the coconut cake, and it is one one of my other favorite things-a milk glass cake pedestal.
Lucky you! That reminds me to set my alarm for 5 a.m. tomorrow to get to the farmer's market before all the goodies are gone at day break! Thanks.
A cornucopia of fresh and refreshing splendor.
I'm just now getting around to reading this (I was out of state, in my defense!)... and I love the tomatoes. I've bought that sort recently, and they taste so good!