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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Random Tuesday......Celebrating Fall and Loving it!!



October 18th??  You have got to be kidding me!!  It truly is fall and the skies are so blue and the air is so clean.  I love it!!  The weather has been perfect....mild during the days and cold at night!  Great for sleeping.
Though I must say my sleep still isn't back to normal.  All the corsets and stitches make it impossible for me to really get any rest yet.  But I am one happy girl for sure!!

Let's enjoy some fall skies!!  Shall we???





Aren't they beautiful?

Dr. John planted a tomato plant back in June hoping for some real tomatoes for a change.  Usually the plants die off by September producing no fruit!  Not so this year!!  He is so proud.  Covering the plants every night with heavy clear plastic and putting a light inside has made all the difference.  The plant is now huge!!  And has fruit like we have never seen!!  Way to go Dr. John!!!  Woot!!  Woot!!







Gorgeous huh???? 

My Yarrow plant and Mint has also gone wild!!  What's up with that?




Front door and porch have been decorated for fall...thanks to my fav helper, Joey!!







Still a little rough....hard to do tweeking when you can't bend down or over yet! Ha!!  Will take more pics when finished!!

I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your sweet well wishes for my speedy recovery.  I am doing well and starting to get around pretty good!!  Pain is manageable and drains have been removed.  That I am so happy about!  My belly is nice and flat and my breasts (sorry guys) are fabulous!  Ha!!  I am very pleased!!  So thank you all and thank you Jesus!!  This has been a long journey!!!  Now the next phase...SHOPPING!!!!!!

Hello Lisa!!  I miss you and I am so glad you got a phone!!!  So cool!!

Time for me to lay down!!  I can only sit up for so long and then it starts burning!  Ouch!!  But you know the drill!  Go and visit Stacy at Stacy UnCorked and see what other Randomness is going on.  Lots and lots I am sure!  And I always wonder if and when the Zombies will snatch Keely at The UnMom and take her away!!!!  Keely is still on hiatus and we miss her terribly.....come back to Randomness dear girl.  Only we can protect you for the upcoming Zombie attack!! Time to Randomize!!!




Have a magical and blesses day!
Hugging you
SueAnn

20 comments:

Magaly Guerrero said...

First of all, don't you EVER apologize for your fabulous breasts!

Okay, now to that wonderful sunset that looks like melted cheese, which would go yum, yum, yum with Dr. John's tomatoes!

Hm, I must be hungry, when a beautiful sunset makes me think about food.

Love the All Hallow's Eve decorations!

TechnoBabe said...

The tomatoes look wonderful. I learned something today so I will try that next year. Cover and light. We will have our first garden this coming spring and we have the seeds and starter soil ready to roll.

Glad you are feeling better and girl, be proud of your breasts. Chin up, chest out!

Deb said...

Happy Fall ! Those sunset pictures are dramatic ! And homegrown tomatoes taste like a little bit of sunshine...yummilicious ! Thanks for stopping by my blog place ! Wishing you a speedy, healthy recovery !

Mom in High Heels said...

I love fall! It's my favorite time of the year.
Real tomatoes are the BEST.

I used to have fabulous boobs. Now I have kids. I mean, they're still kind of fab, but not AS fab as they were. Darn it.

I'm doing a week of giveaways on my blog, including an RTT giveaway. Stop on by to enter.

Happy RTT!

Stacy Uncorked said...

The sunset pictures are perfection, of course! :)

I'd say you can refer to those as Dr. John's Magical Tomatoes...wait, that doesn't sound right. ;)

Love all the decorating - Princess Nagger is off school today, so she's going to help me get mine done when the Little Dude goes down for his nap this afternoon! :)

Speedy recovery - so glad it all went well! :)

Terra Nova, Angry Bird-Dogs, Talking Tom Overload: RTT Rebel

Brian Miller said...

i am glad that you are recovering well...nice on the tomatoes, some indian summer action...

ReFresh ReStyle said...

The sky is beautiful and I think you guys have green thumbs with those beautiful plants and tomatoes! Glad you're doing well!
Debbie

Cathy Kennedy said...

Nice photos, as always. Great to hear you're on the mend from your surgery. Flat tummy...fabulous breats are in my dreams one day. It was fun randoming with you!

Check out some of my posts...
Smartphones to Not-so Smart Moves to Mr. Cool in RTT
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The Lamb, The Spaarrow, and Butterfly Kisses

Have a good day!
Cathy Kennedy, Children’s Author
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allstarme said...

Your tomatoes look lovely. Happy Tuesday!

Kim Mailhot said...

Wishing you continued good healing and lots of joy from the fabulous autumn down your way.
Light and love !

Maggie May said...

Hoping you will feel completely better soon. You must take it easy.

Your photos are so lovely. The mirrors intrigue me.
Maggie X

Nuts in May

Tabor said...

You have got a lot done for being semi-handicapped. I wish I had your energy.

Friko said...

fab photos, as ever.

Now I get it, you've had yourself nipped and tucked? Ouch!
The things we do for beauty's sake.

Midlife Jobhunter said...

Looks like you are ready for fall. Continued wishes for a good recovery.

Christina - Rant Rave Roll said...

Those are some nice looking tomatoes! You've gotten further on the Fall decor than I have. Hopefully this week... now that it has cooled off here in Texas

Queenie Jeannie said...

So glad you are feeling better! You even SOUND better, lol!

Gorgeous sky shots - I think your best so far!!! Nice decorations too!!!

So jealous of your tomatoes! Those are just splendid, award winning tomatoes right there!!!!

VioletSky said...

Beautiful sunsets.
and now I have a hankering for some fried green tomatoes....

Suldog said...

Your door is lovely, especially with that beautiful sunshine hitting it.

My one attempt at growing something to eat this year was a cantaloupe. Alas, I think I planted it too late. I knew nothing about it before doing so. I just took a seed from one I was eating and planted it in the backyard. It sprouted very quickly and grew large soon, so I thought it would be no time before there was an actual fruit there. However, I've since learned that you have to plant them in the spring to have fruit by fall, and mine was planted in August. It will die without having been anything more than entertainment, I'm afraid.

The Retired One said...

Gorgeous sky photos. Loved them!

SandyCarlson said...

I'm glad the tomatoes bore fruit! Beautiful