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Monday, March 8, 2010

"Makes Me Happy Monday" Number 10.


Wow! we are up to week ten already. For this weeks dose of happiness I have chosen our home grown apples. I am so happy that I can head out the back door and pick organic produce that we have grown. Just look at the apple I picked this morning complete with a ladybird near the centre of it.
I love the fact that no sprays at all have been used on these trees.

I think this little apple tree has done a great job surviving the summer heat and producing some lovely fruit. Apples need a cold chilling season for the fruit to set. We certainly do get some cold winters here.
What is making you happy this fine Monday?
Happy days.
Bev C


Sweet P said...

It's still Sunday here so I'll do my Makes Me Happy Monday in the morning.

I like your plates - they make me happy!

teresa said...

yummo... that apple looks mighty good. It would make me very happy to walk outside and grab an organic apple too. Happy Monday Bev!

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Goof Morning Bev, Your apple looks sooooooooooooooooo yummie. I love eating apples. The wee Lady But seems quiet content hiddening itself on the apple. You have made me smile today. Thanks Hugs judy

Cybele's patch said...

You are a lucky girl Bev. That apple would make my Monday happy as well!

Bobbie Lynn said...

What a great gardener you are and what a treat from your garden. Happy Monday to you too.

Anonymous said...

Yummy organic apples. I love being able to pick fruit from the garden - how well your little tree has done!

Happy Monday Bev - always a pleasure to come visit :0)

Shelly xx

Anonymous said...

Happy Monday. That would make me happy too, picking apples from my own backyard;-)

Your sunflower puts a smile on my face every time I stop for a visit.


SheilaC said...

Loving that apple right off the tree!

Are they good pie apples??

Nothing like the smell of apple pie in the oven...


Simone de Klerk said...

Such happiness in your garden, Bev! With all the love your tree gets, it will hold up for many years to come.

KatieQ said...

Thank you for sharing the picture of your apples. The little lady bug made me smile. Spring is definitely on its way for us here in the States and I can't wait to see a lady bug in my yard.
I noticed the netting on your tree. What kind of critters are you protecting the apples from?

miss~nance said...

Lovely to hear from yo on my Blog Bev.

I think having my home grown apples would make me happy too.

Hugs & Blessings


Mylene said...

Isn't it great to have fruit tress around. That is one i do miss from home in Asia as our house or where i grew up were sorrounded by fruit trees.

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Lucky Duck Bev having a wonderful apple tree there for your very own organic apples...Dzintra♥x

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