Around here we wait, impatiently, for our famous Walla Walla sweets. Onion addicts buy them by the bag from the backs of pickup trucks before the stores get them.
You have about the best garden I have ever seen! Thinking of you while you wait for Maggie. I can't imagine how hard it must be for you. Hang in there.
We're like that when the Vidalias show up.
ThreeC, thank you so much girlfriend! My garden is my happy place. :)
I don't like waiting either. Eight puppies! I barely can handle one. :-) Looking forward to the happy news when every one of them has arrived.
Those are good size onions for a backyard garden. I might try to grow some this year.
Puppies!?!?! Oh, I want one!
Dearest Dani, Sorry I haven't stopped by recently. I'm a bit overloaded since the tornado ripped through these parts. Friend Cindie has finally moved into extended long-term housing. Thank you for brightening my day with your lovely photos!xoxo, eggy
Eight of them FC.
I know Eggy. No worries though. Glad Cindie and her husband are alive and well. ((HUGS))
ooooh, I can't get Nasturtium to grow that well here! Mine is always very sparse, I'm trying another variety since I love it - I'm determined!!!
Oh Dani ... I've been so busy not blog hopping like I used to. Shammy's comment on my blog reminded to visit & oh my - what a lovely world you've created here. I plan to be more of a gardener this year & your gardens (dogs, chickens, birds, bugs, photography) so inspiring !! merci my friend & loads of love xo S & les gang
Cannot wait for the puppies to arrive. Oh what fun you will have. Hope it goes well. Good job on your first onions!
Maggie gave birth yesterday to 11 beautiful poodle pups. 6 cream and 5 black. 8 boys and 3 girls. :)
I didn't know ya'll were expecting!
Nice onions....hope the pups come soon!
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