Tag Archives: tomatoes

The Aunt Tomato Discourse

This week, I’ve been busy lamenting the end of summer: “…the crickets…” “…the Dark Days of August…” “…no waves…” I even tagged my Hydrangea post with the words “eternal rest.” Sadly, nothing says the end of summer like tomato plants.  … Continue reading

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Dear Aunt Tomato – I’m Askeered!

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Urban Tomatoes

On May 31, 2012, I got an e-mail from my nephew, Mark.  He lives in Providence, Rhode Island.  It’s urban.  His note follows: Dear Aunt Tomato, I adopted a shriveled tomato plant today. Someone at work was giving away a … Continue reading

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We Are Going Home

Saturday was a big day.  My 30 tomato plants made the trip from the Coop to Uncle Bob’s.  Today will be a big day of planting.  No rest and  no barbecues. I remember talking with Uncle Bob about tomatoes in … Continue reading

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Friday Pillow Talk – Tea For Tomatoes

A lot of things conspired to disturb my peace and my sleep this week.  It started on Tuesday night when I was walking to the laundry room here at the Chicken Coop Condo Complex.  It was dark, I was carrying … Continue reading

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Dear Aunt Tomato on Tomatoes and Hockey Pucks

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The Lettuce Farm

I spend a lot of time thinking about the food I eat.  It’s not a new thing; my mother began feeding us “health food” during the 70’s.  Both she and her sister (Aunt Dot) had copies of “Let’s Get Well” … Continue reading

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