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RE: Supper

You are killing me.... a fresh tomato would be great about now! Heck, it is
only time to start thinking about starting the tomato seeds here in this

Although I did get the ponds up and running today... where did all those
darn fish come from-- they have been very busy all winter I can see! I am
now thinking of draining my pond and cleaning it. Of course, then all the
work involved hits me and most likely that idea will fly away <lol>


> Got some things done today but not all we'd planned. Transplanted a
> Chinese fan palm into a larger pot, planted cosmos [pink, lavender,
> white] in another large pot, started some cuttings of the prostrate
> rosemary, misted the orchids, refreshed the --breeze is still too
> chilly to take off the flannel shirt and really do some work.
> Best part of the day will be supper--sliced tomatoes from the garden,
> layered with sliced, sweet white onions from Mexico and fresh
> mozzarella from the local Italian market, garnished with basil from Ms
> Fatma's perpetual basil garden, and dressed with extra virgin olive oil
> and balsamic vinegar. It's summer fare, so no matter the real weather,
> the virtual weather will be very enjoyable.
> Island Jim
> Southwest Florida
> 27.0 N, 82.4 W
> Hardiness Zone 10
> Heat Zone 10
> Minimum 30 F [-1 C]
> Maximum 100 F [38 C]

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