Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Cooking, Canning & Candlestick making:)




Hellooooo my Darlin Dears, Fellow meadow creatures who sleep in epic elms and the adorable Gnomes who drew hearts all over my pumpkins last night,

Miss Lamb your green meadow and light loving farmer here:)

Oohhh my sweets....it has rained...FINALLY!!:)

less than a inch...but goodness gracious was it amazing:)

The wind picked up a bit and it did sadly snap one of my cucumber plants in half, but that is all...I was most worried about my sweet pie pumpkins....I have worked very hard on my pumpkin patch this year and I believe it shall create a lovely bounty this fall:)

Speaking of a lovely Indian summer, I sure hope the plants around Early Bird Acres live up to their full potential this coming few months, once our days dip under 110 Deggres ...

But.....

I have always had a few things going:)

I farm is still the land of milk and honey:) Here I am making cheese:)





...& goodness gracious have my cucs been doing lovely:)

Here is a bit of canning:)




Sweet basil was kind enough to give me some Sweet Basil flowers to put in my jars while making Sweet Pickles:)

I believe today I shall can some Okra:)

...& the sweet Rodger of the mountains is saving up some beeswax for me for some candle stick making...I would have been making them all summer, but goodness gracious...It is hard to think about Cozy candles in this kind of heat...ya know?

Anyways.... I just wanted to wish you joy in the garden this next coming few weeks:)

I believe I might be harvesting a few pumpkins this coming few days:) Oohhh there is nothing more yummy than a summer pumpkin soup :)

A lovely summer rain, kissing you & forgotten windows

Miss Samantha Joelle Honey Lamb

4 comments:

Liana W.W. said...

Thank goodness the rainclouds of Wisconsin got my message. Had I known they were such good listeners, I would have asked them to wander your way sooner.

Thank you so much for your cheerful blog which makes me smile from many, many miles away.

Meredith said...

It all looks so great! The farm I am sure if very happy for the rain!!! Love reading your blogs!!!

Samantha Joelle Honey Lamb said...

Liana- The rain drops said hello by the way...they were full of love:)

Samantha Joelle Honey Lamb said...

Meredith- you are tooooo kind my dear:)