trying to make sense of oak park's war on vegetables
the slippery slope…
what i know for sure…
June 26, 2011
Jun 27, 2011 @ 03:37:59
Hey, it’s Rena. I wish I could come to court but I’m gonna be jetskiing and swimming in a lake…heh heh. good luck though! I’ve been following your blog and it’s awesome; keep up the great work! maybe I’ll stop by and visit your garden sometime…it looks great! can i camp out there? I want that peaceful feeling that you always enjoy!
Jun 27, 2011 @ 16:02:25
hey, rena- wanna trade places? camping is optional in the garden, but you will have to bring ingredients for s’mores for all of us! 🙂
Jun 27, 2011 @ 19:02:16
you need to get your tech support people to show you how to put captions on your pictures. the veggie ignorant among your audience want to know what all the lovely green stuff means. very pretty though.
good luck tomorrow
Jun 27, 2011 @ 20:19:35
aha! i am officially busted- i did, in fact, caption each and every photo- with carefully selected and fully explanatory remarks. and then i posted the photos and none of the captions appeared. what’s up with that? i was gonna do a separate post for each photo so that i could write stuff on each, but i was assured by my in-house tech support that what i did would work… i guess you get what you pay for, huh? 😉
Jul 16, 2011 @ 16:36:55
Just to let you know–I see the captions when I mouse over each photo.
Jul 16, 2011 @ 23:12:25
oh, dear- did we say anything bad????
Jul 17, 2011 @ 13:03:03
Laugh! Nope, just:
check out these babies! (grown from seed!)
these peas were planted the same day as the others
my itty bitty pea plants- aw(followed by 50 million w’s) 😉
check out these cute little carrot tops!
which really looked like captions to me. They are very captiony 🙂
Jul 17, 2011 @ 13:05:30
Oh, but all subsequent photos have just said “Sanyo Digital Photo” or something like that. I think a couple might have had the date.
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