Saturday, January 4, 2014

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Today I enjoyed freshly picked tomatoes from the vine for brunch ---- is there really anything better... 
Tomatoes fresh from my vine for 'brunch' today ---- YUM! 
And tonight I'm enjoying spending time with yarn and a hook...
anya
How was your day??

I finally did it --- I joined Instagram today and you can check me out here!
Are you on it yet?

10 comments:

  1. Your special project is looking amazing. Such a large size project to undertake.
    And home-grown tomatoes- the best tasting there is.
    x

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  2. Don't know what I'm more impressed with the lacy project or the handpicked vine toms. Either way enjoy both!
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  3. Yum! Oh to have a fresh tomato from the garden! I must wait at least 5 more months. Enjoy. Nice project, too. Linda@Wetcreek Blog

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  4. Hi Jodie, I agree...there is nothing better than fresh tomatoes. We have been enjoying a few slices on biscuits for smoko! I hope you are enjoying the holidays...it is times like these that I wonder how we actually have time for school!? x

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  5. nothing like fresh picked tomatoes.......I have a couple nearly ready to pick...........
    Oh no istagram we may never see you again........i'm not going there..........

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  6. Chriistine RobertsJanuary 5, 2014 at 3:12 PM

    It is hot, hot, hot here today in south east Qld. Taking the boys swimming at the pool this afternoon to try to cool down a little. Am nearly finished another cotton knitted top for Alex - he is getting rather tall and his others are becoming rather short!!

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  7. I'm on Instagram as joolzmac. I need to get into it more.

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  8. Gorgeous crocheting! Just picked ur first tomatoes last night - still to eat.

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  9. Hi Jodie...happy new year to you and the fam ;) your tomatoes look AMAZING...good work! Love the crochet project too...hope to catch up soon..xo Suze.

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  10. We too, are eating tomatoes from the garden, along with capsicums, zuchinnis, rhubarb, cucumbers, strawberries, radish, celery & figs.

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