Saturday, July 28, 2007

Random pictures from the life of a Princess






Here are some pictures from our week.
Looking out the window of our kitchen to find "her" bunny.
Princess at the computer.
Making her own pizza and a calzone for Farmer Dad.
Tomatoes from our garden.

10 comments:

Cher Mere said...

looks like she has a special life. I love her fun yard and making pizza.

Mariposa said...

Wow! That is a fantastic backyard. I like the view from the window.

That is a magnificient looking harvest. Are they all tomato?

Princess looks like she enjoys the computer.

Kate in NJ said...

Thanks Cher!
M- She took the backyard pic herself from a chair she pulled up to the window, she was trying to get a pic of the bunny hanging out, but missed him/her.
We grow a lot of tomatoes, but lots of other stuff too.Lettuce,corn,beets,carrots,green beans,squash,pumpkin,swiss chard,eggplant,zucchini and stuff I've probably left off-lol.;-)

Angela, MotherCrone said...

Is your garden starting to POP too? The kids brought in a zucchini as big as my arm, although the tomatoes are being eaten as quickly as they ripen!

Lifeschooling with O said...

I also LOVE your yard,something we don't have:(

Princess seems like a very happy little girl:)She's doing a good job on the pizza too!

Kate in NJ said...

Angela- yes, the garden is starting to pop, Farmer Dad is outside now picking and setting a trap for the groundhog-Ugh!
LWO- Thanks, we bought our little house for the yard,lol.
P loves making pizza!

Fun Mommy of 2 said...

I am envious of Princess. LOLWhat a lucky girl to have all those wonderful garden veggies to eat. Love your pics of Princess. Looks like is is having a very fun summer.

Kate in NJ said...

Thanks Yas! I wish you could join us!

Patience said...

Your whole weblog shines with summertime warmth and fun. I am very envious of your backyard! What a cool playset.

Kate in NJ said...

Thank you Patience!
We love our "new-old" play set.

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