Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Morning, Noon and Night

Morning, noon and night...three little peeks into my day yesterday.

Morning, 10:15am

Noon, 12:45pm

Night, 5pm

***If you would like to play along leave your link in the comments section so I can stop by and visit.*** 

32 comments:

  1. I can't wait to be eating tomatoes again. I planted some seeds today. xo

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    1. They are so sweet Julie. From seed to your plate...soon :)
      xo

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  2. That chicken really is amazing! What a great moment to be walking up that road, and your food preparation looks gorgeous.

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    1. She is our favourite, but don't tell the others :) I was actually driving home, and saw the heron. Luckily I had my camera, so stopped to snap a few pics. It was amazing! The tomatoes keep rolling in, and I keep putting them by. They are going to taste so good during the dark, cold days of winter.

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  3. Your window sill is so enticing!

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    1. Haha, thanks. I love seeing the tomatoes all lined up. This time of year, every summer, my window sill is filled with tomatoes for a few weeks. Always makes me smile.

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  4. Oh Kim, once again your pictures make me wish that we lived SO much closer!

    What a darling chicken! I think she'd be our favorite too! Grace was just reminding us at dinner last night how much she really would like to have chickens (as if we had forgotten)! :) xo

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    1. Oh I know Shel. It would be wonderful to walk this path with you beside me.

      That girl of yours really needs some chickens. Are you thinking about it?
      xo

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  5. you caught the heron! nice shot and the first photo at first glance looks like a poodle in his arms :)

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    1. I did, and it was awesome. So glad I had my camera beside me in the car.

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  6. Look at all your tomatoes! I miss them already.
    Enjoy.

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    1. We are enjoying them Tracey, so sweet!

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  7. That chicken!!!! I love it! And what a picture the second one is. The heron, the fog, the road. Stunning. What are you making with the tomatoes?
    I took a morning picture yesterday but then the day got so very busy and it wasn't until I fell into my chair at 9 last night that I remembered I hadn't taken a noon or night!

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    1. Thank you!

      I was roasting the tomatoes, to be added to our freezer stash. During the winter I pull them out, add some other veggies, blend it up in the blender and we have delicious tomato sauce...so good!

      No worries, you know where to find me next week :)

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  8. all the pics are beautiful... love the tomatoey sill !!

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  9. Look at that gorgeous window! :)

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  10. What a great day! That heron is beautiful... we were lucky enough to have a huge male flying right above our car on a drive last week. No time for a snap shot, but so majestic! That chicken is so darling...

    Question : To you roast your tomatoes with the skin? How do you keep them from sticking together in the freezer? Lay them flat on a sheet before transferring into the bag or directly into bag? I'm thinking the next batch will be roasted here!

    I'll be back to play this week-end xox

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    1. I love herons, and we have been blessed to see so many this summer. So happy I had my camera to capture this one.

      I do roast them with skin on. Once roasted I let them cool, and then spoon them into mason jars. They hit the freezer then, I don't worry about them sticking together. When I want to make sauce, I pull out a couple of jars, add some garlic, onions, and a ton of other veggies, cook it down, then blend it in the blender. Hope that helps.

      Great, looking forward to it. xo

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    2. Thank you! That helps a great deal. Roasting a rainbow of tomatoes as we speak. :-)

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  11. I love this idea! So interesting, how a day unfolds...

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    1. Thank you. Feel free to join in if you like :)

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  12. Love your peeks! What great timing to see that heron!

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    1. Thank you. It was perfect timing, in so many ways.

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  13. I love the heron walking across the street!

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  14. Look at that chicken! What a lovely day :)

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    1. Reece's favourite :) Thank you my friend, it was. xo

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  15. stunningly stated. those tomatoes are really neatly lined up.

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    1. Ha, kinda a perfectionist here. Plus they look so pretty all lined up :)

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