Wednesday, March 3, 2010

More abundance


The first beans from the vege patch.

Hubbie is like a cat
bringing his catch for inspection.
I can almost hear the purring.

Reflection:
Ecclesiastes 11:1 (New International Version)
Cast your bread upon the waters,
for after many days you will find it again.

8 comments:

  1. Yes, yes ... my cats do that all the time. And they have such a tone in their voice. Bit like Kimmy "Look at me. Look at me!"

    And what did the cat bring in? They are not broad beans but neither are they runner beans. A couple of chillis and some Tom Thumbs. Good cat!

    Last night I was presented with a skink and a cocky.

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  2. Butter beans ... wait for tomorrow ... we eat them.

    Elk, I've been meaning to say your new avatar shot is lovely.

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  3. *grin* ... I wish I could cook!

    Apropos your comment on RIFF, look at this

    http://www.nswwriterscentre.org.au/html/s02_article/article_view.asp?id=678&nav_cat_id=335&nav_top_id=57

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  4. yum! more, please!

    ps. catch the last comment on "fear or love".
    it sort of took my breath away.

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  5. Thats a good start. Its been raining so much our vegies are starting to perform at last. I had to pick silver beet in the rain so Bill could make a nice risotto.

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  6. Does your husband have a worm farm?

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  7. Diane, I am learning that water does improve a garden!

    Letty, no worm farm. We're not good with live animals of any kind ... too busy working or wayfaring to remember to feed them.

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