Thursday, July 30, 2020

Home grown breakfast


I was just going to have the big one for breakfast, but then that last slice was so big, I thought it would be perfect for a bologna sandwich.   So I had it on a sandwich and ate the rest with salt.  

The new blogger has finally hit me.  There are pluses and minuses as far as I am concerned, but think I will get used to it and be fine.

I did talk to Lorelei a bit last night...I asked about her teacher.  The first words out of her mouth was that she loved her, but she has not met all of them.  She has a locker this that is a new experience for her.  Her school is for only grades 5 & 6.  She thinks they have around 700 students.  

Some were concerned about masks...yes she has to wear them.  She didn't seem to mind.  Just so long as she can go to school.  She is riding the bus this year.  There is too much traffic to take her and pick her up.  She does not mind at all.  And she doesn't have to catch the bus till 8:30.

It is raining here...I picked the tomatoes in the rain.  I could not wait for it to stop.

I need to get busy...have an appt after while that I had almost forgot...just to get Roger's hearing aids cleaned and for her to check how he is doing with them.  Other than that, have a bit laundry and housework to do.

Have good rest of the week!


eileeninmd said...


Your tomatoes look delicious. I am glad Lorelei like school and her teacher. Having a good teacher and one the students like is so important! I have to try the new blogger, I like the old version.

Take care, stay safe! Have a great day!

At Home In New Zealand said...

My mouth is watering LOL. I adore the taste of ripe homegrown tomatoes - bought ones never have that same flavour :)

Beside a babbling brook... said...

Ohhh Happy Sigh... Home grown tomatoes!!!!!

Yes, learn what's needed, about *New* Blogger. Before we have to. Yessss!

Lovely about Lorelei! All of it. It seems she will have a good year.

Glad you remembered your appointment! ~smile~

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barbara woods said...

I love them with salt. we used to come home from school and grab a tomato and onion from my moms garden with a cold biscuit for a after school snack

Cheryl Kimbley said...

I have been having a tomato a day just about and yes with salt. My favorite time of the year.

Blogger hit me too - and I reverted back to the old way with the option provided. I couldn't figure out a way to post a new post on the new one. Wouldn't let me do it the same.
I changed back to old one - I hate change!!!

Glad Lorelei had a good day!

Ruth Hiebert said...

Those tomatoes look delicious .Only getting on a bus at 8;30 seems very reasonable to me. I know we have students in this division that get on at 8, or maybe even earlier.

Dee said...

Sounds like Lorelei had a very good first day! There is just something special about that first day of school!

Yum on the homegrown tomatoes. The tomatoes, peaches and corn from our local farm store have been spectacular this year.

Ginny Hartzler said...

I am happy that LORELEI is happy! Thanks for letting us know how things are going in her new school!

Marie Smith said...

We had the first tomato out of our garden today. Delicious. Yours look delicious. How different home grown food tastes.

Our granddaughters want to get back to school too. They’ll be wearing masks as well. Hope your little sweetie has a great year!

Laurel Wood said...

Your sandwich sounds delicious. I'm so glad that Lorelei is happy at school and does not mind riding the bus and wearing the mask.

happyone said...

Glad to hear Lorelei liked her first day of school and teacher.
I feel the same as you about the new blogger.

Catherine:theMaker said...

All in all, it looks like it's turning out to be a great your toms!

Nancy Chan said...

I am starting to get used to the new blogger. Wow! Those are big tomatoes! Feel so happy for you to see such big tomatoes.

Stevenson Q said...

Those look like the freshest tomatoes ever! We also have harvested some Eggplants yesterday my yeya loves veggies so she grows them on our rooftop. Happy Weekend Rose! Stay safe and hope Roger's appointment will be well!

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

We have been eating more salads and tomatoes out here. The fruit and vegetables seem more fresh out here...they probably are unless you have your own garden.
xx, Carol

Small City Scenes said...

Tomatoes tomatoes tomatoes---YUM!!!
School---yipes middle school already. What a kiddo. She is such a happy girl
Take care

Jeannie said...

There is no comparison between homegrown and storebought. They are worth the work.