Sunday, July 19, 2009

Hubby & the garden.

I was over at Sues blog a bit ago.
She pointed us to a new site
I thought this was so funny, as I have a hubby that falls asleep allot too.
And of all things. I get up to take photos of the garden and what do I find on my way.
Yes a sleeping hubby. So I snapped a shot and woke him up. HEHEHE...
Now I can smile and enjoy hubby falling asleep, thanks to her.

Todays garden

My first ripe tomato is a brandy wine.
I have a very holy garden.
The cauliflower has a purple sun burn.
I removed it all today.

I have more photos on my garden blog.
PhotobucketHave a wonderful day and remember to laugh and play.Photobucket

We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing. - George Bernard Shaw


Gail said...

Yummy! Nothing like fresh home grown tomatoes.

I checked how the hubby site...cute.

Denise said...

I love tomatoes.

angela said...

I don't know about this cauliflower but for the others just bend down a few of the surrounding leaves and use them to protect the growing flower. I do this and it helps to keep them white.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh--I have no clue what to say to you about your sun-burned veggies. But--that tomato looks yummy...

My hubby seldom takes a nap--unless we both do. BUT--he's too busy to take time for too many naps.

Have a great evening.

George said...

There's nothing better than home-grown tomatoes. I think if you shade your cauliflower as suggested above you can save the otehrs.

Anonymous said...

Ha! Love that!! My hubby is like that too, if he sits, he sleeps!! lol Good thing he's such an active man, and rarely sits down!! hehe

Carla said...

The garden is an experiment isn't it? My hubby naps on and off ALL THE TIME!! (but he doesn't wake up when I photograph him, only when you move the remote, or change the channel:)

Zaroga said...

Our tomatoes have white spots on them :-( They still taste pretty good though.

Nola @ the Alamo said...

Too funny! I've often thought of snapping a photo of my sleeping beauty, too. Those tomatoes look tasty.