Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Tomatoes comin' out our ears!

This is what I did with all of the tomatoes that we rescued from the freeze. My back dining room table is covered with them. More sauce to come as they ripen. The only thing left in the garden is the carrots.
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3 comments: said...

Hello! I just came across your blog and am in love with your crowns! I am currently in the process of coordinating the Vintage Finds and Handmade Treasures Market to be held on November 7th.(in Nine Mile Falls.Wa) We have a couple of spaces left and would love to have you as a vendor! If you are interested email me,the info is on our blog. Thanks!

unexpected Necessities said...

Hi there! Thanks for getting back to me. My mom and I have been talking about going to CD'A/Post Falls area to go thrifting,maybe after the show we will get a chance to.
Our booth prices range from $50-$40. Since this event is held at Nine Mile Falls Elementary all the vendor fees and admission goes back to the school. We have a lot of fun doing this,and are expecting a really good turn out for this years show. Cheryl Ann Millsap who writes a trash to treasure column for the Spokesman Review is going to be there doing a trash to treasure demonstration.
Have a great day!

Heather said...

My Mom sent us your blog this week. I am one of her daughters that live in San Diego. So glad you go to learn some copper plate and see the beautiful wildlife on her property in Sandpoint! Looks like you are getting the most from life!!