a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Monday, September 28, 2009

Wordless Abundance




10 comments:

SkippyMom said...

I am so jealous! And the kitty pic' was a nice surprise - how did you manage to snap that?

What is the third pic'? Are they a sort of mushroom? And can you eat them?

Enjoy your abundance. Your blog makes me see that our worlds are full, regardless. :) hugs.

Leslie said...

Wow, you have so much Okra. That is what I wanted but I only get one Okra every couple days. how many plants does it take to get that many? I had to laugh at the cat picture. So funny to see them all together like that.

Cara said...

I'll pass on the okra! My mom could cook okra so the gummy strings would stretch out like snot, then she would try to make us eat it!

She never cooked Brussels sprouts. She was the only one in the family that DIDN'T like them.

Lori said...

Yes, what is that in the third picture down? I was guessing a kind of mushroom too?

Gramma Ann said...

What an abundance of food. And I love the kitten picture too. Like everyone else, what is the third picture of?

Patricia said...

I've never tasted okra except what someone may have slipped into a vegetable soup...but after Cara's description, I think I'll pass...haha.
I've Googled both toadstools and mushrooms but couldn't find anything like those cuties in the third picture.
After the pretty pictures, now all the work.

Gail said...

We are getting about this much okra every other day.

The third picture is some type of fungi, did not identify it but sure wish we had a clearer picture. I thoughthe composition and color was so pleasing and it looks almost science fictiony (if there is such a word). I would frame a clearer picture.

The kittys were gathered for a pre-daylight drink at the creek when Marcy snapped this shot.

The Green Stone Woman said...

I love to see an abundance of anything, the more, the better. I love all those kitties together. A herd of kitties! I wonder what you call that many kitties? A pride?

DesertHen said...

I love Okra!! We don't get it or find it in the stores here often, so I haven't had good friend okra in years, but it is something I really love. My nana use to make pickled okra! Yum!!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Wow! That's a lot of okra and peppers. I love okra only in gumbo. yummo! I haven't had that in years, though.

The kitty photo cracked me up!
You truly are richly blessed with abundance.

~Lisa

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