Friday, July 25, 2014


I feel like I have peaches coming out my ears!
We've given away three bags of peaches. Eaten peaches as snacks. Made 12 jars of jam. Thrown away peaches that rotted or got eaten by bugs or snatched by the dogs.
And that 8-quart bowl of peaches in the first pic is what I picked today! There are at least that many still on the trees waiting to ripen a little more.
I'm not complaining; I think it's very exciting. I'm just getting tired of seeing peaches!
Thanks for reading.
Blessings :-)

Today's Inspiration



  1. All I can say is peach cobbler with vanilla ice cream. :-) Enjoy your abundance. Heather

  2. Mmmmmm - peaches. I like peach yogurt. :)

  3. Wow you are lucky to have your own fresh peaches! Enjoy them all! I bet that jam is delicious. Have a great weekend.

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  5. I love peaches but have never tried peach jam, does it give a good set? we are eating lots of doughnut peaches at the moment, I wish I could grow peaches in my garden. :)