Thursday, July 23, 2015

Weekend Coming Up

I have enjoyed the visit with my two grandchildren this week.  I think one of them is ready to go home now.

I will drop them off at their house on my way to visit a friend in New Hampshire for the weekend.

My neighbor dropped off some fresh vegetables from his garden--even better than a visit to the Farmers' Market.  What a feast of fresh vegetables we enjoyed tonight--with some Vermont cheddar for a bit of protein.



Summer goes by so fast!

18 comments:

  1. Fresh produce from a friend is always a welcome gift! And yes, the summer does slip away fast. We still have summer adventures to take and hikes too!

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  2. One of the great things about summer is fresh garden produce. But, yes, it is all so fleeting.

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  3. Sounds like you've had a great week with the grands. Have a great weekend!

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  4. Making memories with grandchildren is so important. They have so much energy though don't they? There is nothing better than fresh from the gardern right to your table. Have a lovely weekend with your friend.

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  5. Making memories with grandchildren is so important. They have so much energy though don't they? There is nothing better than fresh from the gardern right to your table. Have a lovely weekend with your friend.

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  6. I see you have fresh green beans to go with those red potatoes? What a feast you are going to have.

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  7. That produce looks so fresh and delicious. How do you cook them?

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    1. I diced the vegetables, fair-sized chunks, and boiled everything with a small bit of salt pork and some sprigs of thyme.

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  8. Sounds as if you enjoyed your visitors! Those veggies look so delicious!

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  9. Having youngsters around is a great pick me up even when they wear you down.
    Almost as much fun as gardening is having neighbors that do. Gardeners always plant more than they can eat and love to share.

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  10. Great looking veggies. Have a great weekend with your friend.

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  11. Oh, those veggies look amazing! Time for some parmesan baked squash again, methinks. :)

    p.s. I'm ready for you to add me to your blogroll, if you don't mind. ;) Thx. :)

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  12. I AM SO TIRED!!! Happy to have the grandkids, but they are happy back at home. I know you can empathise!

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  13. Im so happy your neighbor is neighborly!! Yum

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  14. So does one of the grandchildren want to stay? Your vegetables do look delicious. I planted tomatoes this year and they have been wonderful!

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  15. I bet you were tired, Olga (just thinking that I would be...) A week is a long time to entertain Grands, but from reading your former post, I think you were making great memories. Wish I had a veggie gardener as a neighbor!

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  16. I'm looking forward to seeing my grandkids soon. I miss them so much living an ocean and half a continent away.

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