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Monday, July 27, 2009

Comments

Angie

I love your garden, Kim. It looks so neat and productive. I'm contemplating fencing my garden. Are you guarding against deer or other creatures with your fence?

A blob by any other name....Guys!

kleewong

Your garden looks so cool and tranquil. Where I live (Central Texas), we have had 40+ days of over 100F temperatures (it
s 104F today). Not a good climate for knitting outside, unless you want to wet block with sweat as you go.

Debbie

Your gardens look so great. We only have tomato plants out (we live on the coast in Maine), and with the weather we've had, they haven't grown an inch. Nary a tomato will these plants produce. Sad. Your yard is lovely!

anne

i DO love your bee blob! YUM-MEE.
and your garden looks gorgeous; isn't it satisfying when it does?

Gina

You can at least sit outside!! A wee bit warm for that here! Try giving the tomatoes some Epsom Salts. And they do need heat and sun to ripen. I did mine in a pot this year and they have done ok, but I am going to put in some raised beds in my one sunny spot for next year!

Cheryl S.

It's a shame to call such a pretty piece of knitting either a "blob" or a boob warmer.

Your garden is lovely, and I envy your being able to be out in it so much. It's too hot here now to be out in the yard during most of the day, so I only get out there for a short time in the morning. But in cooler weather, I'll be out there a lot!

Lorraine

Kim- Men, what can you do?

I winder if it has been warm enough for the tomatoes- they need alot of heat and sun. But everything else is great.

Kate

I think I'll come sit in your yard... our landlord's garden is too much for her and it's like the wilds of borneo back there... will be prettier next year when it's grass, patio and firepit.

Wool Winder

You've done a fantastic job on the garden this year. So pretty!

Carole

This is a wonderful post, Kim. I would like to sit there and knit along with you.

margene

Sitting in your yard would be heavenly.

Laurie

I think I like beeblob better than boob warmer. Your backyard looks like a version of paradise.

tiennie

Very lovely backyard! I agree - I love being home more than anywhere else in the summer!

Manise

Love the "warmer" and your garden too!

diane

Your gardens and knitting as surely in full swing. Beautiful :)

Renee

Your knit spot and gardens look lovely.

Hattie

Ahahahah boob warmer. I do love the color!

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