Those onions make me madly jealous. Mine are about 2 inches tall. I'll be lucky to have half that by the end of summer. I know other people do better so I've got to learn the tricks. Man, they look tasty!Cute helper!
What a great photo! That's one the little girl will remember for the rest of her life. Wonderful!
Oh, that's so sweet! Someone is very proud and happy to be bringing a gift to Grandma!
What fun! She was having such a good time helping ...
Such a cute picture of the two of them!
Oh - fresh green onions - what a great gift to give! I'm thinking Cucumber and Green Onion salad - yummy!What a great thing to have such an enthusiastic helper!
But it was too much fun to stop at Three.
That picture is ADORABLE!!! Of Dad and Goose both!!!
This is making me grin from ear to ear, for some reason!Great post title.
Oh, but how can you not be happy when that little face delivers them to you.Adorable!
Now that's a triumphant face! I'm guessing she hasn't mastered counting yet...but what's his excuse? ;o)
What a great picture. Lucky granddaughter, indeed.
That made me smile. (Still am.)
What a cute photo. Those onions would be good grilled with a little salt!
Hee Hee, what a precious little girl. I'm certain her counting skills were overlooked when she smiled that adorable grin.
so is that the egg guy....love the little egg girl with onions...this year i planted in two 5 foot by 5 foot boxes, horseradish, onions like you, beets and parsley....what a combination so close together
so come and commetnt to me
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