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Tis the Season!

Charlie loves bacon, and Charlie loves fresh, home-grown tomatoes! Read the rest of this entry »

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Hot Stuff!

Kellie must’ve run out of ideas for us to write about, because for her Free Write Friday, she’s left it up to us to pick a subject, simply suggesting we write about what we’re passionate about. But, I’ll give her a break; she’s busy promoting her awesome new book, Magic in the Backyard, and I know how time consuming that can be! So here you go; my passion: (drum roll, please)… Hot Stuff! Read the rest of this entry »

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Hot-Chee-Mama!

Here’s a news flash gardnin’ tip from your favorite Texas hoer: the big ones are HOT! I’m sure my brother Ken’s mind is racing off in the wrong direction about now, but, hey, what’re you gonna do? Read the rest of this entry »

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Gardnin Tips From a Texas Hoer – Updated

Did I spell that right? Oh, well, y’all know what I mean—or soon will.

I told y’all earlier this week about pickin’ that first tomato, and manwas it good! We’re on our way to Borger, and we left those four you can see in the background of the picture ripening on the vine. They ought to be mighty fine eatin’ when we get back on Sunday! Read the rest of this entry »

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Guess What’s For Lunch!

 First ripe tomato of the season, that’s what! I’m thinking bacon/tomato sandwiches! (We don’t need no stinking lettuce!)

Take a look at this first beauty, not to mention the cluster of almost ripe ones behind it! I told y’all some of my tips in my blog story, Gardnin’ Tips From A Texas Hoer, and here’s proof they work! We have a bumper crop of tomatoes on the vine; must be forty or so tomatoes on four plants! And there ain’t nothin’ better than a fresh home-grown tomato! Read the rest of this entry »

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Gardnin Tips From a Texas Hoer

Did I spell that right? Oh, well, y’all know what I mean—or soon will.

I just came back in from tending to my tomatoes, and I decided it would be only fair for me to pass along some things I’ve learned about gardnin—growing things. Read the rest of this entry »

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