I like to take the kids out front and grab a few photos in their new school clothes. It was a bit windy so I they have on jackets that don't coordinate but that's the way it was so that's how I photographed them. I'm looking forward to seeing them this afternoon.
Of course I am busy with this - the largest harvest of cucumbers so far, about 4 lbs.
And I need to get to work on some more of this - can you see the jar on the far right - half gone already. I can't help but scarf down this salsa. Love it!
And the very last of the green beans. I planted more but guess what? The grasshoppers have eaten every last leaf off the new plants. And they have eaten the carrots to the ground. And now they are eating my tomato plants. I'm not sure how to fight grasshoppers this thick. They are about every 3 inches in our grass. gross. Anyway, if you want to preserve green beans in the freezer, blanch them for a minute or two in boiling water. Then toss them on a cookie sheet and stick them in the freezer. After 3 hours or so pull them out and stick them in the freezer container of your choice.