Tuesday, August 5, 2008

At Last. My Love Has Come Along.

After five months of feeding, watering, poking, pruning, prodding, nail biting, and artificial lights, it has arrived.


Ladies and gentleman, without further ado, I give you...



The Fruit Of My Labor



7 comments:

heather said...

Ryan would be too jealous. I on the other hand say yeah for you, too bad I don't like tomatoes. You little gardener you.

The Kilpacks said...

Ahhh,the fruits of our labor. Just got done picking some veggies from the garden, not moments ago. I will post some pics soon. Nothing is better than fresh homegrown anything!

Lloyd said...

BEAUTIFUL

Kjersti said...

You have my respect for 2 reasons. The first is that I've heard that tomatoes are especially hard to grow, and the second is that I cannot keep ANYTHING alive, no matter how easy it is to care for! Congratulations on your good work!

bridge said...

I've been pulling for those precious plants ever since their "near death experience" of being acclamated to the outdoors. Wish I could be there to taste them!

Bre said...

CONGRATS!! Our wonderful mother seems to have rubbed off on you! I HATE weeding so gardening would be a nightmare for me. Plus, I usually kill anything that grows in the soil. Indoors & out! ;-)

tom, lisa, jack, and one more soon said...

hey brian and abby!! i just saw cj's post about you guys coming to visit and noticed their link to your page! it's been fun to see what you've been up to... abby, i've never met you but i'm definitely impressed with the gardening skills! anyway, it looks like you guys had tons of fun with them in california, that's great you still get to see each other every so often.

i think i'll add your link to our friends if that's okay, and feel free to check up on us whenever at:
tomjensenfam.blogspot.com

-lisa