Hi friends! What a wonderful start to August for us here in Northern California! The first day of August came in with a very unexpected, surprise little rain storm. I was, needless to say, ecstatic! Not only that we NEED IT SO MUCH, but my garden was thrilled! I don’t think I told you yet, but what I decided to do, when trying gardening for myself, was growing Heirloom tomatoes and veggies.
I’m kind of an information junkie when I start something new. So, I thought if I was going to put in the effort, I wanted the maximum output! My ELEVEN varieties, now, are coming along quite nicely too! Oh! Did I mention I just finished baking 100 blueberry breakfast cookies for my church today? Yep, busy but happy!
Lemon Zucchini Bread the House On Silverado
More about my garden soon. Meanwhile, welcome back to the Thursday Favorite Things party! And, Happy August!
How adorable are these Free French Vintage Labels from My Hubbard Home
Check out the humongous Bountiful NYC Urban Garden: Up on the Roof from Debbees Buzz! Wow!
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Thanks so much Theresa! I'm so glad you got some much needed rain and are enjoying your garden. My links this week are #30, 31, 32~ Happy August!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Jenna! I Was Ecstatic!Delete
My Link Ups for this week's party are Number 43 and 53..
Thanks so much for the feature!! I gave you a Shout Out on Face Book and will do so in my next post too!! Thanks for again for hosting such a lovely party each week!!! I truly do appreciate it!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
Thanks for hosting, Theresa! I definitely am gonna try those zucchini bread recipes! I'm linked up at 72/73 this week. Have a terrific weekend!ReplyDelete
Theresa, thanks for hosting during the hot, lazy days of summer! I've linked #69 this week.ReplyDelete
Theresa, thanks ever so much for featuring my son and his girl's rooftop garden --- they are thrilled! I'm equally impressed with you growing 11 varieties of tomatoes; do you can them? You might be interested in my younger son's urban garden (#58), on the roof of this three story, 1920 rowhouse in one of Philadelphia's historic districts. He too experienced a bumper crop last year.ReplyDelete
Hi Debbee, I definitely will be this year! LOLI can;t wait to see your son's garden!Delete
Oh I'm glad you got rain Theresa! Hope those tomatoes love it too. I can't wait to see hear your garden's doing! :) Thanks so much for hosting - I'm linked at #130 this time. Happy Thursday!ReplyDelete
Hellloo Beautiful Barbara, I miss getting to chat with you. Thank you so much for faithfully leaving me sweet little messages.Delete
Thanks for hosting, Theresa, and including me in this week's features! All the food looks yummy :)ReplyDelete
I'd love to say you're welcome. Please sign in or leave your name next time so I can :)Delete
Wow, that's quite an impressive carrot harvest from an urban rooftop garden no less! I wish mine looked half as bountiful. I hope the first week of August has been a good one, Theresa. Sharing at link 155 this week.ReplyDelete
You and me both, Marie! Happy August!Delete
Thanks for hosting this great party. I am at #227 and #228. Hope that you have a wonderful week.ReplyDelete
Wonderful wishes to you as well, csuphat1 :)Delete