Pears grow on vines? Or are those potatoes? Do you see how badly I need a cooking class?? ;)I can feel it in my bones that your "big thing" is going to happen more quickly and smoothly than what exists in your exhausted imagination.xoE
Best of luck with everything! :)Was the Scottish info of any use to your parents btw?
E-beth: They're dates, just not yet dried. Don't feel bad--I hadn't seen them before recently either. Thanks for your support.Wendy: Thank you. Yes, my parents LOVED all that great information you sent. They sat down with maps and already started studying the country. Thank you so much.
I love the flavor of fresh dates! How flawless these look, Christina.
What a beautiful photo of the dates, Christina.Eagerly awaiting the "big news."
First, I love the title of your blog. Very appropo. As to the dates, I've never seen them grown before. Amazing!! Thank you for a wonderful blog. I look forward to catching up with the entries soon. Vikki near Denver, Colorado // www.thorntonwilliamsfamily.blogspot.com
nikkipolani: Thank you. They really are special.Susan C.: You won't have to wait much longer!Thornton Williams Familiy: Welcome to A Thinking Stomach. Thanks for coming by.
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