You've got some mighty fine tomatoes there Kylie.
Donating to Anglicare is a fantastic gesture, Kylie and I'm sure that your donation will give a family some joy at this time of year. Those tomatoes look scrumptious. I liked your previous post about the car and boat. Although i am surprised that your local council hasn't given it a notice of intention to tow it away! Not having ever owned a car I don't know what the notice is called.I hope that you had a good weekend. Cheers and God bless,M. xo
Hi Z!Those tomatoes look great! The homegrown kind are always the tastiest! They will be some fine eating!Best wishes,Skeeter
We didn't get any tomatoes last summer because everybody moved and stuff. Homegrown are oh so much better than the ones in the store!Nice picture!
mr brillianceno kudos to me, bob but they do look fantastic, dont they?i think they're all the better for not being completely uniform like the shop ones often arecheersk
kooka, i dont know what those notices are called either but 'm sure that we would have had one if we'd been in a street where there's more traffic. we have had a number of men who buy old cars come around asking about it.it was a good weekend, thankscheersk
hi megantomatoes are one of those thing i eat because i have to eat but these are almost nice!cheersk
Okay, it's official. I can live without almost anything in the whole world, but not tomatoes. Nope, can't do it. The best come out of the compost pile. I'm a simple woman with simple needs. Seriously. *Sits down at Kylie's kitchen table.*
Kylie,The Compost tomatoes look extremely tasty.One could almost imagine they would have been grown in Leichhardt or Earlwood by some Luigi mafioso or some other kindly Italian immigrant. Arrividerci.
I love them... they look good enough to.... well eat... ;)Lotsa love, M
hey suze,you might need to clear a space on the table....tomatoes & fetta?tomatoes & basil?tomatoes & olive oil?tell me what your fave is and i'll see what i can do
dadthey look grand, eh?shame they're not of my growingciao
big M, amigo,we will, indeed eat 'em!xx
Absolutely beautiful tomatoes. I tried to grow some, but the squirrels stole them all. :(I'll have to figure a way to keep the squirrels away. If it isn't them, then it is the possums. I can't win.
Mmmm... sun warmed tomato slices, with basil AND feta. Yum. I could live on that. *pulls up a chair and sits next to Suzanne*
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