Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Down Home in NC

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

RED BALLS

Madi: Mom are these red balls for me to play with
Mom: NOOOOOOOOOOOO they aren't balls they are fresh tomatoes.


Madi: I DIDN'T QUITE HEAR YOU,WHAT DID YOU SAY?
 
 MADI: THIS ONE IS THE PURFECT SIZE
I THINK I'LL ROLL IT TO THE FLOOR
MOM: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
 MADI: OK I'LL GET DOWN BUT
IF YOU DON'T WANT ME TO PLAY WITH THE RED BALLS YOU SHOULD PUT THEM AWAY.
Note from Mom:  All of my Dad's tomatoes are ripening at one time. I wish we could give you all some of them.

29 comments:

  1. I'd love to have some home grown tomatoes.
    Oh Yummy!! Enjoy them and think of me!

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  2. Maid,,,,yummy! I would love to have such one! Lots of love, Debbie & Holly

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  3. Dear Madi...if you could only know how good those red balls taste you wouldn't want to just play with them you would want to eat them all up! And please tell your Mom, our mom thanks her for the lovely thought of sharing that great bounty with us all! Hope you have a great day!
    Snuggles and Catnip,
    Bronson and Pepper

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  4. Oh I wish you could give us some too, they look yummy!! MAdi, you should have accidently knocked it off with your paw just fur the fun of it, BOL

    wags
    Jazzi

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  5. Oh yum, there is nothing better than home grown tomatoes. Looks like it time to start freezing or canning....or both.

    Madi's expression in the second photo is just priceless.

    Hugs & Purrs,
    J, Cindi Lou and The Krew

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  6. Mummies tomatoes are still ickly iddy biddy ones. I bet if you gave a juicy one a little tap and knocked it on the floor it would make a lovely splatty sort of sound hee he. Princess Jasmine :)xx

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  7. Yum! Fresh tomatoes! Madi..darling..doesn't Mom give you any real red balls to play with?

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  8. Madi, the "balls" look yummy to our mom. She envisions a lot of pasta sauce in the freezer. LOL.

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  9. Sure wish we could have some, yummy!

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  10. Daddy grows beautiful maters!
    I'll meet you half way! :)
    xoxo

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  11. We planted some of those thingies too! Ours aren't ready yet though.

    Sam and Pippen

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  12. Go ahead, Madi....roll it.....SPLAT! BOL

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  13. What are you going to make? Salsa?

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  14. Beautiful tomatoes like that would make a fine marinara or spaghetti sauce!
    Ask our friend Bette for the recipe!

    I could just see Madi giving one of those "balls" a nudge off the counter! LOL

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  15. They look delicious. Madi, you were a very good girl for not rolling one of those balls off of the counter.

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  16. Your tomatoes look fantastic...enjoy!!!

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  17. C'mon, Madi...you KNOW you want to!

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  18. Woof! Woof! Oh That's great ... best use for sauce. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  19. Mom wishes you could gives us some of dems too!
    Dey looks yummy. :)

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

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  20. Madi
    Those red balls looks very tasty, are you sure you didn't want to taste one?

    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥

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  21. Madi, you do have to be involved in EVERYTHING, don't you!!

    Mom has some fresh basil to go with those yummy tomatoes!!

    -Gizmo, Bart and Ruby

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  22. If i was there, they would already be on the floor! MOL! xoxo

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  23. Well that was fun and I'm glad I found you guys! I plan to follow you and all your escapades!

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  24. Madi!
    Nope. Not red balls!
    Yummilicious tomatoes!
    Now... my mom is drooling for a fresh tomatoe salad!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  25. Madi,

    is bolognise sauce your favorite like my son?

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  26. Nommy!!! Bet they would be fun to play with too Madi!!!

    Smileys!
    Dory, Jacob & Bilbo

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  27. When all of ours come in at the same time, I put them whole into freezer bags.

    Then pull them out in the winter, put them in hot water. The skin pulls right off. Then I chop then into soup, chili, sp. sauce.

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