Halved, dusted, fried
Velvet . . .
My poetry for this month was delayed because of technical difficulties with WordPress’s picture uploading feature. Please forgive me, Carolyn Gail. If you’d like to read more musings, go to Sweet Home and Garden Chicago. It’s a monthly game many of us play. You’re welcome to play too. There is always more room.
Love the colors and the poetry is great, too.
Pau;as last blog post..More Socks
These are gorgeous!!!
Thanks, Jen. I got them @ the Edmond farmer’s market.~~Dee
Saving the best to last, eh Dee? Very creative poem and lovely photos. Thanks so much.
Thank you for coming up with the idea to muse it.~~Dee
Lisa at Greenbow
It was worth waiting for Dee.
Thank you, Lisa.~~Dee
I sure would like to get my hands on some of those little eggplants. I don’t believe I’ve ever seen them around here. I think they would be just grand grilled with some garden herbs. Hey, why don’t you send me some?
Robin Wedewers last blog post..Gardening Examiner gets…examined! Garden Rant’s writer tours the author’s garden
Robin, they’re in the mail.~~Dee
Mr. McGregor's Daughter
Love the color, love the flavor, love the poem. I’ve got to grow me some eggplant next year. I hope you get your photo loading issues solved.
Mr. McGregor’s Daughters last blog post..Why I Hate American Topiary & the Abuse of Stella
Thanks, MMD. I loved your topiary post. So true.~~Dee
Wonderful photo…when the page opened up I was completely blown away by what I thought was your garden bounty! Even so the photo makes me want to grill some eggplant! I love the poem and assume it’s yours!
Gails last blog post..A Patch of Lavender Blue
Thank you, Gail. I’m glad you came by.~~Dee
Those baby eggplant are really cool looking. I have never seen any like them before and love the purple.
Hi Tina, thank you so much.~~Dee
How cute, I’ve never seen such small eggplants. Great muse day post. 🙂
perennialgardenlovers last blog post..Farewell to some…
Thanks, PG. They were such edible art. They begged to be photographed.~~Dee