Wednesday, May 19, 2010

This is Summer Time

it will not be long as my blog tells me June is coming and the tomato's will be ready.


I will toast my bread to a golden brown, slither with salad dressing thick on both pieces of toast, lay a green leaf of lettuce on both then slice my vine ripe from the garden tomato in thick slices put the bacon in place put the top toast on and when I bite in to my BLT the juice from the tomato and salad dressing mingle as it runs down my chin.



That will be soooo good


11 comments:

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

BLT's! Yummy!
Just look at those blooms and tomatoes. My poor plants are about three inches tall. I may get tomatoes by Fall. LOL!

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Oooh, {slobber}
Nothing like 'em :)

Carol said...

I can almost taste your sandwich!

Your header picture is so beautiful!

Smiles,
Carol :)

Mildred said...

If I leave now, I think the tomatoes will be ready when I get there!!! ha

You have made me so hungry for one of my favorites!

Lynda said...

That sounds really delicious ! I like your new blog header photo, too - very colourful and cheerful :)

Marydon Ford said...

We've been buying the southern ripened tomatoes to make BELT's for 2 weeks ... nothing is better than those fresh ripe tomatoes ...

Have a lovely week.
TTFN ~Marydon

Rae said...

You are making me hungry. I love home grown tomatoes. I don't need the bread or the bacon - just slice them up and I have a meal. Yum Yum.

Linda J. said...

Oh! I can't wait to have a yummy BLT.

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

You had me at June..... I am drooling. Don't think that ours will be ready for months yet.

Enjoy them.

Jen

Tammy said...

Boy, that BLT sure has me drooling,lol. I have been thinking of those made with fresh home grown tomatoes for awhile now. I cant wait.

Far Side of Fifty said...

I am so jealous..it sounds so good! We planted three tomato plants yesterday, they are about three inches tall..and I hope they don't freeze. :)