Tuesday, June 2, 2009

The Bounty and The Family


The bounty harvested on Friday.

Sorry about the photo - I'm not real computer savvy here. Gavin - my daughters oldest - He is 11.


Luci wanted to pick veggies. She wouldn't put the ball down though. Luci told her momma that the mashed potatos had a "great texture" - Do you think this one is watching the Food Network?
Ben was a good veggie picker.


This one had worked a double Friday and came home to load the family in the van headed to Mobile. He needed his rest. This is Brian.


This is my brother, Royce.
Me and April.

We had a great time visiting.


13 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Becca, I know you are pleased to share veggies in your garden with family. That is just NEAT.

Poor Brian... Hope someone else helped him drive the family home.

Hugs,
Betsy

Darla said...

Great job! The kid in the second photo could have used a V8 LOL...

darsden said...

Becca beautiful garden veggies..pass me some and your children are beautiful too. Glad you had a great time visiting. :-)

Carla said...

Looks like you had a good time with special people-nice weather too:)
(great texture? too funny:)

bennie and patsy said...

What a great day for the children. The veggies look so good, hope they ate a bunch.
Patsy

Milah said...

It's good for kids to see where our food comes from. I love to see how excited they get when they discover the plant has fruit.

Prospero said...

Nice family pictures (especially the children in the garden). And quite a bountiful garden, too.

FlowerLady said...

It was neat seeing your family helping out in the veggie garden. Glad you all had a nice visit.

FlowerLady

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

It's so funny what kids say! I bet they had lots of fun helping pick vegetables. I can't believe you already have zucchini and squash, it looks delicious!

steviewren said...

It looks like you had a lot of good help in the garden.

NatureStop said...

Looks like the children really enjoyed picking beautiful garden veggies.The feeling is always different when you pick your garden veggies and when one has to purchase:)

Carol said...

Hi Becca!
Thanks a bunch for stopping by to visit my blog! Your garden looks fabulous! My garden is off to a slow start because of all the rainy days in May.

GartenGrl at Cool Garden Things said...

Nice looking veggies. My dad live down in Florida and he just mentioned some kind of indian spinache that can handle the heat down there?? Keep up the good work!
GartenGrl