Sunday, July 31, 2005


Who knew Kale could be so pretty? Posted by Picasa

11 Comments:

Blogger BarbaraFromCalifornia said...

You did! With your keen eye for a work of art in nature.

Thanks for brightening up the morning!

5:52 AM  
Blogger fsgsf said...

Who knew indeed! :-) Nice cheerful blog!! Good luck to you!

Peace!
NJ from NJ

12:11 PM  
Blogger Tania said...

Mmm, delicious kale...I like to use Madhur Jaffrey's Sri Lankan greens recipe (stir friend w/green chili, onion, turmeric, and coconut) or an Italian preparation with olive oil and garlic (and maybe even some chopped olives). But once when I was cooking kale, my downstairs neighbor complained that I was stinking up the hall! What a jerk.

1:50 PM  
Anonymous Laura said...

Me! Hey, kale is the one thing my dh won't eat. Really, the only thing. I miss those salad days (heh) when I lived alone and ate sauteed kale with minced garlic and white pepper and sea salt. Well, I don't really miss them but I miss the kale.

8:51 AM  
Blogger cjblue said...

You are such a raunchy ho, how do you manage to come off as mother earth in your blog?

I love your blog, actually. It's peaceful and beautiful and I love your view of the world in tiny bits and pieces of appreciation.

I also wanted to say that I don't think I properly responded to your comment on my blog, about community. I remember when you were posting abut having your well dug and all your neighbors pitching in and helping you out. I thought that was very moving and believe that (although some part of me would feel like I lived in the twilight zone if I lived anywhere like that) you are very lucky.

10:00 AM  
Blogger Kate said...

Ruth, see the comments about the giant carrot below. Love, your fellow Ms. PervyPants. :-)

10:44 AM  
Blogger glamkitty99 said...

Wow! I'm so so jealous. You're garden is always beautiful and I too finding it relaxing, especially when I can meditate on your herbs. It i a spiritual experience.

I'll I have is a fire escape garden where I grow some herbs, Walking Irises and various other hardy plants. The sun reflected off of a brick building is intense. If you have any suggestions I'd love to hear them!

8:21 AM  
Blogger Tania said...

Here's your interview! Now you're it.

1. If you could live life as any other animal for a day, what would you be and why?

2. How did you become a librarian?

3. Suppose civilization was wiped out, and all electricity, gasoline-powered engines, municipal water supplies, and other infrastructure ceased to operate. What would you need to survive?

4. Have you ever seen a ghost?

5. Do you think there's life on other planets?

When you post your answers on your blog, remember to include the rules for Interview Tag at the end:

Now, if you have a blog and you want to be interviewed, leave me a note in the comments that says, "Interview me, please."

I will respond by asking you 5 questions, but not the same as the above questions. You will update your blog with the answers to the questions and interview someone else in the same post or new post.

8:56 AM  
Blogger BarbaraFromCalifornia said...

I want to see more beautiful photos, please, or please!!!

10:00 AM  
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5:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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8:56 PM  

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