Friday, July 17, 2009

How do you spell summer?

18 comments:

Quilt Hollow said...

I know what I'm having with dinner! I've got tomatoes from a neighbor's yard and cottage cheese in the fridge. You gave me a craven!

Beth said...

That looks good! Shoot, that reminds me I forgot to water my tomato plants today, I have 3 in pots and they are getting huge!

sewprimitive karen said...

Oh, total yummers.

paula, the quilter said...

O yummy. No 'maters on my plants yet, shucks, they are only about 18" high. But I have the cottage cheese, some green onions from the garden and an avocado. That works for me. *grin*

Milah said...

I spell it B.L.T.

I can't wait for my tomotoes to ripen.

Kim said...

Y U M

~Bren~ said...

Mmmmmmm. A perfect summer meal!

QUILTILNLG IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

That looks yummy--I had cottage cheese for my supper too--but--I had nice big fat organic blueberries on it--that I had bought at the Farmer's mkt 2 hours before!!!!!

have a great weekend--hugs, just, Di

Stephanie D. said...

Mmmmm, fresh tomatoes from the tomato trees!

Kelly Ann said...

I couldn't have said that any better....

Candace said...

Oh - I spell it with mouth watering garden goodness, Libby!
Cheers!

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

That's how I spell it, too!

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

...that is the finest of meals I believe...

Erin said...

YUMMY!! how is everything coming along Libby?

Catherine said...

Oh, that does look delicious! I can't wait for our tomatoes to start showing up -- but that's a while off yet.

Gwendie said...

One word - YUM!!!

Janet said...

The tomatoes look so ripe and full of flavour. That's one of my favourite combos.

suz said...

Just got caught up with you - I do like fresh tomatos - have to hit the farmer's market for them though. Congrats to your daughter for her math exam and to you for almost completing your hexagon stars - it looks beautiful!