Thirty five weeks, friends. Can you believe it? We helped Daddy harvest the Japanese sweet potatoes today. We were all SO excited to see what was underneath all the dirt. We were very happy to find lots of Japanese sweet potatoes in all sorts of sizes. These sweet potatoes are so tasty. If you haven't tried them, I hope you try some soon. Grandma and Grandpa love these so we will be giving most of sweet potatoes to them. We also harvested our cantaloupe. We hope that it will be sweet. Mommy says we'll have it for breakfast tomorrow. We also harvested one tomato today. We hope it's not the last of them since we have a ton of green tomatoes left. We went on a great hike today. I'll leave you with one picture that Mommy took of me in the leaves. The more exciting photos will come tomorrow.
I am a 6 year old American Eskimo. I live with my Mommy, Daddy, and sister, Sierra. I enjoy long walks, hikes, camping, and going to Lake Tahoe. I love to play. My Daddy is my favorite toy...I love to bite his hands. I love my parents very much and they love me.
We love sweet potatoes but have never grown them before! How exciting to be able to taste your very own, Teddy!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch
Tommy LOVES sweet potatos, but she cops out and buys them! :) You look so splendid amongst the leaves!!!ReplyDelete
We are have sweet potatoes with our Thanksgiving dinner! The ones from the store do not look as tasty as yours, though! Hope the melon is extra sweet. Enjoy, my friends!ReplyDelete
How khool to have such yummy stuffs growing!ReplyDelete
The leaf pikh is pawesome!
We will have to try the Japanese Sweet potatoes...they sound pretty nummy!!ReplyDelete
Here in Mexico, people bake sweet potatoes and add sweet syrup! And they say it tastes delicious!
Kisses and hugs