Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
I'm coming to your house for dinner and some beautiful scenery!
Such riches! It looks like your garden is producing lots of goodies, and your capture of the little hummingbird is wonderful.
I've got Gershwin's 'Summertime' in my head now. Although, knowing how much work goes into maintaining vegetable crops, the livings isn't always so easy, is it?
If I hold my head at just the right angle, close one eye, and sniff gently I can almost smell our summer coming!!!!These pictures help a little!!!!
My favorite time of the year.Sam
is lovely...i dig all your produce...that is def the bounty of summer for me...
Just no way to pick a favorite photo. Although the hummer is amazing!
I can almost feel the warmth of the sun just by looking at the photos.
Happy colors and happy meals...
What a busy garden time at your place. Nice. -- barbara
Re Martin's comment on Summertime -- nope, the living isn't easy all the time. The morning -- while I was in the garden picking all that stuff, was hot and dirty. The afternoon was much nicer -- sitting on the porch to snap beans and shuck corn while listening to a book on CD, sipping iced tea, and watching the hummingbirds.
Yummy veggies! And I love the hummer in silhouette.
Your porch looks so inviting- such pretty views!
What time is dinner?
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