Thursday, May 10, 2012

How I Spent My Day


Entrenched in Strawberry Land.

These came out of my garden in one day.


So I sliced.



Cooked. 


Canned



Froze.



Dried.




Pureed.



Leatherized (?)




Then went out to the garden to contemplate in the goodness of what I had accomplished,
when I spotted this nonsense.




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12 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

oh, laughing at your overage! what a bounty and a half!!!

Meg said...

LOL! Oh no! Well at least your plants are bountiful! And strawberries are delicious.

Lynne said...

Strawberry plenty. . . looks like you are all set for peanut butter and . . . . . plus . . . toast and . . . . and ice cream with STRAWBERRIES . . .

Amy Burzese said...

Wow! They are beautiful! I can just smell them!

sue said...

you are so lucky to have the weather where strawberries will ripen. I can just smell them from here

Nancy said...

Lol! You mean there's more? :)

They look delicious.

Tanya said...

wow, what a harvest!

Anonymous said...

WOW! ... I hope you ended the day with a strawberry daiquiri or margarita! yum. Who knew you could do so much with strawberries? Strawberry Field Farm?!
- Mimi

laurenjeanallece said...

What a spectacular harvest! Looks delicious!

Sall's Country Life said...

After all that you actually had time for contemplation? Good grief what an accomplishment! Come share your joy at Farm Fresh Friday, we'd love to have you!!

Kathryn Ray said...

That's Awesome!

cherry said...

Oh my I want to taste some of all of it.. I got a biscuit here waiting on your beautiful jam..hugs, Cherry