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Dinner tonight is grilled chicken. Can't wait, I'm hungry!

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M , Put bubbleyum bubblegum in the groundhogs hole ( the one in the ground not it ass lol) They eat it and die. Well ,that or a 22 which ever is more accessible .

I cant wait until the farmer has his veggie and fruit stand open , mmmm fresh cantaloupe and jersey tomatoes :)

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I wish I had a green thumb like y'all. The surest way to kill a plant is to put me in charge of it's care.

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If the lettuce crops fail this year again, I'll swap you some tomatoes for some romaine I should have plenty of those lol

I have brocolli, cauliflower, two types of cuc's, watermelon, squash, butternut squash,zuchini, two types of eggplants, strawberries, asparagus, 5 types of tomatoes( 17 plants all together), 4 types of peppers( 9 plants all together), spring onions, spinach and lettuce. Oregano, basil, parsley, cilantro, rosemary and mint.

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OMG M, I have a great garden this year. Two separate areas, both of them large! I am really into growing and canning or freezing my own veggies. I tried several types of lettuce last year and was really dissappointed in the outcome. I am attempting romaine and and butterleaf and spinach again this year. Hopefully I will have more success, especially with the spinach and romaine, my two favorites.

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lol Trish, all I can say to the ass comment is Chocolate fountain and body shots LMAO I plan on canning the majority of the tomatos. Jeff thinks I went slightly overboard this year in the garden but he will be thanking me later this summer. I am drying fresh oregano at the moment. The only thing I had issues with last year was growing lettuce.

Oh and this mornings text should be dessert not desert....I was still half asleep.

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Awesome Cindy....When ya have tons of tomatoes and want some ideas let me know lol ....I love fresh aspg. but am the only one here that eats it! Enjoy!!

Made ham and potatoes for Gary , he has to go back to work... not sure what I am having yet....

Trish ( and yes the ass is nice, I have had it in my hands!! LOL )

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Still to hot to really cook anything inside...grabbing a pie from a local pizzeria on the way home for work.

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You know what they say, " there is always room for desert" lol

Tonight is turkey chili and a salad

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Hubby took the little ballerina and myself out for seafood. They had steamers. I had Alaska snow crab. Best part no reaction, no benadryl needed :)

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