The tomato's look great. I have not had a garden fresh one this yr. Need to go raid my friends garden!
We have had fresh tomatoes for two months now - Loving It!
Now that is a nice lineup of pictures, each one very good, it's been a while since I've seen a Cardinal, but the Mockingbirds are plentiful.Jill, Tacky, D H, and yourself look like you have it made.
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Great pics SJ. I love that cardinal shot. We don't have cardinals out here. :( Your Jill is a sweetie and I want to reach thru the screen and get some of those tomatoes!
We have several Cardinal families living in our area. I think the daddy is guarding a second batch.
Yeahhhhh tomatoes look great! It looks like a lovely day
The first tomato plant is finished, these came from the second (last) plant. What I can't eat fresh, I am freezing for soup.
Yum on the tomatoes- they have a completely different taste (and smell) than shop bought ones.What on earth did you say to Jill to bring on such a sad look 😊Oh and on what you revealed the other day - you have my deepest sympathy. I have lost a couple of cats suddenly like that and there is no other word except devastating that covers it. The shock lives there for ages. Take care Sharon
If Jill knows I am taking her picture, that's the look she makes. I have to catch her unaware.Shock, disbelief, yeah ...
Those tomatoes are beauties!Sorry to see Jill's sad eyes, she misses Jack so much I can tell.Love the other photos, I've never seen a mockingbird before.
I am enjoying the tomatoes, that's for sure.I think Jill forgets now and then, I'm glad for her. She did play with Tacky a bit yesterday.
Love Jill... Ooooh yes. I'm not jealous of your lovely tomatoes because I've just discovered they upset my system. Pity when I loved them so much!
Jill is a real lovey. Oh, my, not sure I could give up my tomatoes.
Bet those tomatoes taste good. We can't grow them any more so have to buy them in the shops, no comparison to home grown. Mmmm can smell them......Brionyx
Absolutely no comparison, you are so tight!
Great tomatoes. I wish I could see cows and Cardinals every day.
I do love when the cows are in the meadow!
What wonderful pictures. They made me smile. They're filled with so much sunshine and good will.YOU, have a great one.
Thanks, Sandra. You too!
Fantastic crop of tomatoes, lucky you.
I know ;)
Great pictures.. and now I am hungry for tomatoes.
I hope you can find some farm fresh slicers!
What more, could one ask, of a Summer evening....?Delightful...Luna Crone
Beautiful pictures, thanks for sharing.
Really delightful photos indeed.
Did you have baby Cardinals this year?
Yes, earlier. They are so much fun to watch at the feeder with the 'folks,' it's "feed me!" at the feeder, and they are the size of the parents, almost. They have no clue. Ha ha.
All beautiful. I've never seen a cardinal.
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