Jul 14

What Sundays are Made of

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Sundays are glorious. And this Sunday morning, the weather was beautiful AND our first tomato was ready to be picked! This is an exciting day around our household. We’ve been watching this little guy, waiting for the perfect picking hour. In the two years past, we’ve put a lot of effort into gardening but haven’t seen a lot of produce come from it (see here), . We blame the inconsistent weather and constant hail storms of Western Nebraska. So to see a ripened tomato this early in KS was super exciting! What Sundays are Made of
Barkley took a little time this morning to stop and smell the flowers. He knows what’s important in life.What Sundays are Made of
These guys will be ready in a few days/weeks/however long they need!What Sundays are Made of
You should also know that I brought it inside, washed it up, sprinkled some salt on it and ate the whole dang thing. It was “the best tomato I’ve ever had”…direct quote from me this morning to my loving husband. What Sundays are Made of
Just a Sunday morning glimpse of our back patio where our container gardens are growing.What Sundays are Made of Hope you all have a wonderful Sunday!


  1. Roxanne

    Wow! beautiful tomato! I know it tasted great. The first one is sooooo special. Thanks for sharing the pics. Hope you are both doing well. Love you lots!

    1. Kelli

      Love you too, Roxanne! Glad you too appreciate that very first tomato 🙂

  2. Mom

    I’m glad you have the green thumb that your mama never had…but dad and Grandpa do! I’m happy that you’re enjoying life’s simple pleasures:)

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