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Were leaning toward the peppers, too. Although the green beans are very vibrant and summery. NEW! More options for replying to comments via email: To reply privately to the commenter, click on the commenters email address below. To reply publicly on your blog, reply to this email. A new comment from “Edith Maxwell” was received on the post “Going Plum Loco Over Farmers Markets” of the blog “Writers Plot”. Comment: Yes, the peppers! They are lovely. I will seek out similar cloth - my kitchens decor involves hand-painted vegetable tiles scattered amidst the backsplash, a vegetable clock, and so on. Im totally with you on farmers markets, and buying too much produce! The fall always feels sad when the markets close up and were faced with another winter of either grocery store produce or whatever we mangaged to can, dry, or freeze. Commenter name: Edith Maxwell Commenter email: edithmax@gmail.com IP address: 98.216.123.200 Authentication: None Enjoy! The TypePad Team P.S.: Learn more about replying to comments. Published Unpublish Delete Mark as Spam Edit Comment Six Apart, creators of Movable Type, Vox and TypePad. 548 4th Street, San Francisco, CA 94107 Manage Notifications | Support | Terms of Service | Privacy Policy
Today in the park, it was all the dogs and how they bring people together. Who knows what tomorrow will bring (other than an 80th birthday party for Uncle Shep and dinner at a fancy restaurant) Can't say I'm sorry to miss the snow.
Jeanne...you have my sympathies. I'd love to live by the rule that if you can get it at the library, you don't need it at home. But what about at 3:00 a.m. What about when you need to consult six different references? What about when you have too many books that you love? I looked around my office a few days ago and realized that I'd become my mother. She was a writer with an amazing collection of books, and endless files on every subject that interested her just in case she might want to write about it. My office looks like a paper bomb has gone off. Maybe several bombs. It is, as you noted, debilitating. So just as soon as I finish this darned book, and get back from Uncle Shep's 80th birthday in SF, and...and..and. I think I need to start setting the kitchen timer and going at in ruthless, 20 minute bursts. My husband, bless his heart, is willing to carry things immediately away to the library and goodwill. But what about all the filing? And BTW, I looked several things up in the encyclopedia in the past two days, including Poe and The Holy Ghost.
Rosemary...I'm cooking for 50+ for Saturday night, but if I get time, I'll whip up a batch of bark, too.
Toggle Commented Dec 10, 2008 on Barking Up The Chocolate Tree at Writers Plot