Morning berries, Green Bluff & a green pepper

On my facebook page, I’m posting a photo each day in Sept. of things I love, from my Fall 2012 album.  These berries were my first photo for September, as I so love to pick fresh raspberries early mornings from our garden, usually in PJs, robe and slippers.

As a quick catch up, since I just today learned how to post photos to his blog (which makes me ever so happy) I want to do a quick catch up for the next two days of September.

For Sept. 2, here’s a favorite picture of mine, of fresh tomatoes and peaches from our woderful Green Bluff growers’ area north of where we live, only 12 minutes away. It makes a wonderful outing to drive up to Green Bluff and bring home tomatoes, peaches, blueberries, apples and more, plus you-pick strawberries. They also have some incredible huckleberry fudge and huge ice cream cones. I love where we live.

For Sept. 3, the picture had to be this green pepper on the bush in our garden. It’s the first time I’ve ever been able to grow a green pepper, although I have no idea why this is the summer that it finally worked. I’m sure this little pepper will have the place of honor soon in a big tossed salad for dinner. I just wonder if it knows how much excitement it has caused around here?  Who knows?  Maybe it does.

I’m doing this in the hopes that I can have a more purposeful writing life, updating Facebook, then this beeconcise blog, and then the website (at least monthly), and finally … on to the real writing project that has been lurking in my life for far too long. I’ll have to post a picture of that, too, but not today.

About beeconcise

A Southern writer living in the Pacific Northwest.
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