Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Tomato Haiku

Raised from seed, every single one survived. How could I throw any away??

Looking hopeful

Hunter, Gatherer

Finishing ripening on the picnic table

Ready for the canner

Here we go again

All have sealed. Yea!!!


I think it was Kim's blog, Consider it Pure Joy , that used Haiku some months ago. It was so much fun. So, if you have any gardening Haiku of your own, be sure to share it in a comment!  We'd all love to read it! :-)
Here are a couple of my lame (trust me, I came up with even worse ones!) tomato Haiku offerings:

Tomato Canning
Pick them, cut them, put in jars
Shelves of gorgeous red

OR:


Plant with many hopes
Dreams of Deep red, seedy fruit
Reality: blight



This post is linked to Tempt My Tummy Tuesday
 

20 comments:

Alyssa said...

I'm a new follower! Found you on Tuesday Tag-along!

Jenn said...

I love the haiku! The tomatoes looks so beautiful! What a great crop you had!

Lana said...

English teacher gives both an A+! Very good and very yummy! How's that grandbaby doing?

shopannies said...

new follower here
love the wonder pictures
sorry I am not good at haiku

Mari said...

I'm a new follower too! I have a book/running/life blog (and run an online book club) if you are interested in stopping by.

I hope I have the opportunity to learn to can someday. I'm envious of your garden! Moving this year, I wasn't able to have one plant but I'm looking forward to next summer.

Congratulation on your new grandson's entry into the world. Hug him! :)

Have a great week!

Moogie said...

Great blog. I'm your newest follower. http://moogieland.blogspot.com/

Sherry @ Lamp Unto My Feet said...

Oh, yum! Love garden tomatoes! :)

Barb @ 1SentenceDiary said...

Great photos of the tomatoes and I love the haiku! I recently posted some of my own: post-vacation haiku. If you stop by, be sure to read the comments, as some of my readers added haikus of their own.

:-)

Judy S. said...

We can't grow them here
Your tomatoes are gorgeous
Our weather is too cold. :(

We have to get our tomatoes and corn east of the mountains. No matter what kind of tomato we've tried, they all turned into green cherry tomatoes......

Mommy Katie said...

I am a new follower and I would love a follow back!!
http://www.mommykatie.com/

partialemptynester said...

Love it, haikus are such fun...my son is known to just randomly throw one out when you least expect it, lol!! Great pictures, too...mmMMmmm, tomatoes are a delicious favorite of mine...had a tomato/spinach/muenster cheese biscuit earlier today :)

Denise said...

I enjoyed this, the tomatoes look beautiful.

Mama Hen said...

You are so amazing! This looks delicious and I actually have a lot of tomatoes hanging around. Have a great night! Enjoy the little grandbaby! :)

Mama Hen

Deborah said...

Love the looks of those canned tomatoes my friend and also the haiku. The last one was funny! I wasn't sure you were home yet but then I seen 'the gatherer' pic. Glad you are back. :D

Debra said...

That's it! I am moving in next door. That all looks amazing. My little one loves tomato! She will eat one like an apple if I let her!

Cris Goode said...

Lovely! I have to admit that my own personal tomato season this year has me not wanting to see red for quite some time...lol!

Terrell said...

You just can't beat this!! These are beautiful and each can will be enjoyed so much! Thank you oh so much for linking up this sweet creation at the FABULOUS FRIDAY FINDS party today!! I hope your weekend is wonderful!
Hugs,
~Terrell @ Frou Frou Decor~

Julie @ Get Healthy Cheap said...

Thanks for linking this up at Family Food Fridays. I would so love to be able to pick and can my own tomatoes. Love the Haiku too. :)

I followed, I love your blog!

Yenta Mary said...

Finally! The tomatoes are gorgeous, as are those beautiful jars, too ... :) How is the new grandbaby???

Jami @An Oregon Cottage said...

Just found your blog (with your lovely pictures!) and saw you have a lot of garden posts that would be wonderful to have at the Tuesday Garden Party I host at An Oregon Cottage! The link is open Tues through Thursday for all garden related stuff AND how you're using it (just like this post!). Sure hope to see you there (and I'm a new follower, too!).

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