Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Wordless Wednesday

Update: This is a squash that is growing in my garden right now. I've never seen anything like this happen before and I've had my own garden for years. I should go and pick this thing, but I'm not ready to cook it up yet. Maybe I'll pick it tonight to eat tomorrow. I've also got pumpkins, zucchini, other mixed squash (came in a seed packet), green beans, tomatoes, carrots & strawberries. There's a chance that I've also got cucumbers, but I'm not sure yet.

Update #2: I picked the squash and from the back and all sides it appeared to be just somehow fused together. Well today I sliced it up to eat it and yup, just as I figured it was just connected by the one side. It looked totally normal on the inside and tasted just like all the other squash that I've grown & picked from my garden. I guess we'll never know why this happens. Darly says "God did it!" That's my girl!


  1. Okay..I am first!! Just wanted to stop by and see your site..thanks for stopping by mine!! I love new visitors!! come back anytime. Sandy

  2. This picture is too funny! Be careful when it's time to pull this squash plant up at the end of the season -- it just might fight back!

    My WW is up.

  3. That's awesome. Is this your garden?

    Thanks for the blur heads up on my blog. GEEZ!!

  4. I think when you cook this fella it definately needs to be a spicy dish ...

    Thanks for stopping by my 2nd WW!

  5. Don't you just LOVE fresh garden veggies. Did you grow them? We're eating corn from out garden too. Thanks for visiting!


  6. Great Pic. More Manna?

    Mind if I use a link in the not too distant future to your previous post on planets and relative sizes

  7. I don't know if I should touch have a double squash that looks a little saggy! LOL

    Interesting photo...happy WW!

  8. LOL!!! That is hysterical!!!

  9. Squash is a favorite at my house!

  10. Thanks for reading my post about my children's dad... I'd love to read about your dad & what growing up with that was like. Maybe it would help me with my children & their struggles.

    I appreciate your offering to share that with me. :)

  11. I know this is squash...but it makes my mind wonder around....and has a resemblance to a ........
    Thanks for dropping by.

  12. ok, I'm not even going to go where my brain took me. :)

  13. LOL great choice.
    So different yet so familar ;)
    MY TT and WW are up.
    Take care,

  14. Be gentle when you pick these.

    Squash bruise easily.