Thursday, April 1, 2010

In my pantry


...the potatoes are trying to escape:




Roxy was a bit perplexed at first by the one who came to visit:

But she ultimately decided it was ok to share her spot on the couch:

19 comments:

  1. I've got sprouty potatoes in my pantry too! But they're not intentional.

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  2. I'm worried you're gonna run out of ZipLoc bags. ;-)

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  3. Alive! They're alive! Run, Roxy! Run!!!

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  4. Hi 7MSN - we have so much in common - my sprouting 'taters aren't intentional either!! They caught me completely by surprise with their exhuberance! lol

    Joanna - HA! Your comment made me laugh really loudly!! Yeah, I tend to be very thorough in my "pantry stockage". :-)

    Marigold - she totally wanted to, but her mama told her to "stay".
    :-)

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  5. I, too, thought you were intentional in letting the taters sprout.

    And . . . I, too, am glad you've stocked up on zip-lock bags! One never wants to not have one when one needs a good zip-lock baggie!

    Roxy's such a sweet obedient little doggie.

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  6. Time to plant those taters, Danni! Those sure are some tall sprouts you've got going. I thought the three in a row on the wooden box looked like mice!

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  7. Just even seeing a snippet of the pantry makes me feel better.
    Even with the exuberant taters! :-)

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  8. Now, Danni, those are some freaky alien potatoes!

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  9. I think those are the longest potato roots I've ever seen! Kinda scary looking.

    I love that you stock up on baggies and such. I too, have an abundance of baggies in my storage area. Wouldn't want to run out when I need one! I also recycle (rinse and reuse) baggies all the time to save money and be more "green".

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  10. I just gotta tell you... we LOVE Cuties! And Roxy is a cutie. Goodness, those are some scary lookin' potatoes.

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  11. Have you named it?
    Longfellow perhaps

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  12. Too funny! Yeah, I think those taters are trying to escape from all those baggies next to them! :))

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  13. Thank you. I finally have new knitting material. I will knit you an extra long heirloom blanket in you favorite non-color. Any special pattern you fancy? How about the difficult -yet beautiful-"German Butterball cable" with an elegant Russet cross stitch?

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  15. I wish my potatoes were sprouting like that! It's almost time to plant up here.

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  16. Planting potatoes? Roxy looks worried the "one" is going to stay.

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  17. Is that a good thing or a bad thing Danni?!!! hahahahahah! So funny!
    Oh, I planted tomato seeds from the store...none came up. I planted 6 of your seeds...4 sprouted so far! Good job girl!

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  18. Even though Roxy looks a bit worried that 'thing' on her couch, she is such a good girl for putting up with it! Love the pics. :)

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