Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Before, During and After





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10 comments:

Mary Stoinski said...

Look how beautiful that wheat is!!! The kids look like they're enjoying themselves in the kitchen.

Lisa Greenfelder said...

That is the most beautiful wheat I have ever seen! The zuccini bread looks awesome too. Go fair time!

Carol said...

Lady, you should sell those pretty bundles of wheat at a farmer's market or craft show or something! I'd go out and make some of my own but there is no wheat left in these parts, and soybean bouquets just don't have the same charm.

kristen said...

Love the shape of those loaves! I went around with a paintbrush to my squash flowers but I don't think it helped, most flowers have withered away with no fruit coming on:(
I love your farm life! Congrats on running in a skirt.

Alissa said...

Yummy, and beautiful wheat stalk. Do you ever do any wheat weaving? I used to. It was one of those things I had to check off the list.

Erin the Librarian said...

Peyton loves it when you post pics of Deizel. He even pretend farms with him on the floor sometimes.

meredith said...

The bread was delicious. I'm pleased I was able to have a piece before it was all gone (a hem - Mary!)

Mary Stoinski said...

Hey! I can't help it if I'm a gluttonous, ravenous eater. I am Hungarian you know.

Mary Stoinski said...

Hey! (again) How come I didn't get any?!? (is it because I'm a gluttonous, ravenous eater and you wanted someone who could slowly and gingerly savor every morsel?)

Mechelle said...

You didn't get any because I had other ravenous eaters including Seneca who will eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I'll make more very, very soon and I promise to share.