ǝnɹʇ ǝɯoɔ sɯɐǝɹp

So, the thing is that sometimes when you're not looking, your dreams are coming true. Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you the fulfillment of a life-long dream. (Go on...click on it. See it in all of its glory. Note that my husband will return from out of town to find himself sleeping under a blown-up version of it the size of BRAZIL.)

and I think this is just the start of a big ole crop.

When you think about the cycles of life, death and rebirth, and how they play out in our everyday lives... well, it's just awe-inspiring.

˙ʎʌɹnʇ-ʎsdoʇ ǝlʇʇıl ɐ sƃuıɥʇ ǝǝs ǝɯ sǝʞɐɯ

(I'm such a geek.)


DK said…
::GASP!:: It's.....it's just so beautiful!!! Go you!!

In a weird twist of coincidental timing, one of the nurses brought in homegrown tomatoes and introduced me to what is apparently a Southern tradition...the "'Mater Sandwich" (as in, tuh-mater). Which appears to be a BLT with no B. But was, surprisingly? Really good.

Seriously. You should make a poster of that and put it in your front yard.
DK said…
Oh, and ps - SO jealous of your ability to type things upside down! You must share the code for that!
No comment, you over-achieving gardener, you.
Mrs.Q said…
I could bite right into that, just like an apple! But I 'spect the drool might not be too good for my monitor.
Miri said…
Did the tomato come with some secret HTML?

(Okay, that was my gardener's jealousy talking.)
Elisa said…
That was beautiful. How did you do it?

ps. the tomato looks beautiful too. And juicy.
Ann in NJ said…
I know you're not in New Jersey, but you're in the area. Close enough. There's a reason they call it the Garden State, after all. When I moved here from out West, where they irrigate, it was totally staggering to me that you could grow crops and actually depend on the rain. Really.

There is NOTHING like the taste of a homegrown tomato. Alas, you will be spoiled and 10 months out of the year be pining for that taste, but it is so worth it. Enjoy!
Amanda said…
.ʞǝǝƃ ɐ oʇ pǝıɹɹɐɯ ƃuıǝq ǝʌoʃ I.

¡ǝuoʎɹǝʌǝ ɹoɟ unɟ ǝpoɔıu∩ ˙
Stefanie said…
Geek might be taking things a little lightly.

(But I love that beautiful tomato! Go ahead and frame that baby!)
Anonymous said…
YUM! My 4 year old - who loves the pics you post - is clawing at the screen saying she wants to EAT IT! I think I'll use it as my new desktop pic! Thanks :)
Katie said…
Oh Barb it made my mouth water...really!

I have one tiny green tomato on the vine and I did the Elaine(from Seinfeld) dance right there in the yard!

Ok...so I am totally not a techy but how in the heck did you do the upside down words? That is so cool!