Friday, February 18, 2011

Bucket Garden Part Three

We had a wonderful rain and these are all Madly Snapped Shots of rain drops on the tomato plants in the bucket garden that hold the droopy heads of the four yellow blooms.


 Q: Why did the tomato go out with a prune?


A: Because he couldn't find a date
 Q: Why Did The Tomato Blush?


A: Because he saw the salad dressing


Q: How do you fix a broken tomato?


A: Tomato paste!

Q: Why did Mrs. Tomatoe turn red?

A: She saw Mr. Green Pea !

18 comments:

Mama-Bug said...

That first one is my favorite. Thanks for those jokes this morning I needed a good laugh. We've got heavy fog here this morning; but atleast it's warm.

Ginny said...

These are beautiful! I love the light and the big round drops barely hanging on!

From the Kitchen said...

I can't believe I'm saying this but I've missed your corny (make that tomato) jokes! Love the raindrops on the leaves. What, no blooms?

Best,
Bonnie

DawnTreader said...

Beautifully caught waterdrops!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful pictures, Sandra... We had a few drops of rain this morning --but not enough to clean the bird poop off of our deck... ha ha (Wanna take pictures of that, Miss Snapper????? ha ha)

Your tomato plants look so healthy... Love seeing the drops on the leaves...

Have a great weekend.
Hugs,
Betsy

George said...

I really like these macros of the raindrops on the tomato plants. Very well done.

Scott said...

Love rain drops on leaves and flowers. I don't know what there was more of in this post, tomatoes or corn.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Sandra, what abuse about your jokes you get but in truth they DO make us smile and that's what's needed more of EVERYday. Thanks.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Those were cute jokes!! I think these macros are pretty..love the second and all the fuzzy stuff on the leaves with droplets-:)

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

So pretty.Now I don't know which I like better,the pictures or the jokes.Thanks for both.

S. Etole said...

Such refreshing in the rain ...

and of course I'll have to share these riddles with my grandson!

SquirrelQueen said...

Ohhh, tomato paste! Can you hear me groaning and laughing at the same time.

I always love water droplets on plants and flowers, great shots Sandra.

Aliene said...

The picture of the tomato with the dew drops makes one feel that you could reach out and touch the dampness.

The jokes are a hoot. I am going to read them to my husband. Are you on Barbara's BB Blog? Your picture looks familiar. If so, I am Aliene.

Ann said...

Love seeing pictures of water drops, I don't know what it is about them but I sure do like them.
Your jokes just crack me up.

Snapper II said...

Great Photos. I love the Jokes also.

srp said...

The idea of tomatoes and the plants has not yet even crossed my mind. I'm just hoping some of the plants I slaved over last year will show up again.

Ann said...

are these indoor tomatoes or last year's photos?

LC said...

Nothing as good as a tomato pun, unless it is one of those "kitchen sink" tomato sandwiches . . . you know, white bread, mayo and a whole home-grown tomato sliced between the two pieces of bread.