We've been planting a lot in our garden and now have: sweet corn, tomatoes, giant jalapenos, red, green, yellow and banana peppers, radishes, onions, spinach, lettuce, green beans, snap and sweet peas and my favorite, cilantro, basil and oregano! There will be lots of work to be had this summer!
|Some of the lettuce coming up|
Early Sunday morning was the last day of spring turkey season in Missouri and Todd as anxious to get me my last bird for my last tag. He had already got both his birds in Missouri and both in Kansas so he was tagged out. We really didn't think there was much hope until we heard a turkey a long ways off gobble. I said, "I might as well packed my lunch for how long we'll have to wait on him to come over here." Sure enough, that tom must have been pretty interested because he came from at least a half mile away. It was so fun to spend a lot of time this spring with Todd doing what he loves!
|He was a really nice two-year-old!|
We finished off the weekend with a little BBQ at his parent's house. I had the day off on Monday thanks to Harry Truman's birthday. I spent the day around the house and had a fantastic evening with girlfriends in the Junior League at our last meeting of 2011 at EmChamas. I left with a "food baby" as one friend called it. It was delicious!