02 August 2007

Tomatoes...

Yes, we have tomatoes...



I know, again it has been a long time since I posted. I haven't really had much to say. The garden is out of control, the yard and herb beds are all out of control. It has been so hot that I have barely been able to go outside long enough to check to see what needs to be harvested. The heat is unbearable and is made even more so by the mosquitoes. I had one bite my eye earlier. Ugh...

I'm still swimming every weekday. I have been going for two weeks. I have only missed one day and that was this past Tuesday. I was so sick I could barely move and didn't go to work either. I'm still trying to get used to this new stuff I have to deal with. It is a real pain. :-(

When I started swimming I couldn't make it one length of the lap pool without stopping at least 3 times. Now I can swim the length and back (which I count as 1 lap) without stopping. :-) Yay! This morning I swam 20 laps and one of the lengths was 40 seconds. It was taking over a minute to swim a length. I'm just having so much fun swimming.

Anywho, the mystery plant I posted a photo of last time is now starting to bloom. I will take a picture tomorrow and post and maybe someone will recognize it by it's blooms. I have also found two more of those plants in the yard.

I think tomorrow afternoon I'm going to see The Bourne Ultimatum. I'm really looking forward to it.

Well, that is about all I have to post about right now.

Blessings,
~*~

3 comments:

H.R.M. Queen of the Universe said...

Congrats on improving your swiming skills. It's good excercise, and important thing for everyone to know.

Ottawa Gardener said...

For some reason I have had no luck with my tomatoes this year. I have tonnes and tonnes of large cherries from a unknown saved seed variety but all my larger ones are still pretty green. However, my peppers are producing well. Sigh.

kate said...

I think it's great that you are still swimming. It's that time in the garden when things look overgrown - and the heat doesn't help motivate us to get outside.

I wish I had some tomatoes like yours. Mine are still green and not looking too great ...