Monday, June 20, 2011

Meet Me On Monday

Did you have a nice weekend? Hot and humid here but a wonderful weekend just the same!

Monday means two things, back to work and Meet Me on Monday! If you'd like to join Meet Me on Monday, you can find the details here!

1. What feature of the opposite sex do you notice first?
Okay I know I am getting older, I don't even know!

2. Do you talk to yourself?
All the time! Sometimes, I even answer myself, too!

3. What is your current relationship status?
Very happily married to the love of my life! Maybe that's why don't have an answer for #1.

4. Do you have a garden?
Yes, herbs, tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, brussels sprouts, peas and beans. Sounds MUCH bigger than it is. Most of those, it's just one plant!

5. What is your favorite licorice flavor?
I don't like licorice!

How about you, what's growing in your garden this summer?

8 comments:

  1. I don't like licorice either! And one zucchini plant is usually more than enough. They'll be taking over your life whether you like it or not!

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  2. We had a nice weekend weather wise and we are finally getting some much needed rain. We heat up during the week though. I talk to myself and also answer!

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  3. Hi! I'm a new follower via Google Friend Connect. :) Found you through the Blog Hop! Hopefully you can stop by and enter some of my giveaways for Thai Kitchen, Polaner's, La Tortilla Factory and an upcoming HTC Smart Phone! :)

    -Ai Mei
    StudentSavingBucks

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  4. I like licorice flavor like in fennel, but not so much in candy. Sounds like a nice garden, I only did herbs this year. I will miss the tomatoes.

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  5. Well, I definitely talk to myself, too! And I don't have a veggie garden, but I have a pool instead, which is very useful in the South! Thanks so much for stopping by!

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  6. I hate to tell you, but I talk to myself a lot....sometimes even asnswer. Finally we are seeing nature coming to life. We planted tomatoes and my herbs and hope our zinnias give us the same spectacle they did last yea.
    Rita

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  7. I have a rhubarb patch that has plants that are over 100 years old as they came from my wife's farm. My buddie Julie baked me the best rhubarb pie from these plants. Just as good as Grandma used to!!! Thanks!!! "The Landscaper"

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  8. We have potatoes, tomatoes, beans, cucumbers,okra,corn, sugar snap peas, watermelon,cantelope in our garden. Just planted 25everbearing strawberries.

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