Friday, September 30, 2011

Pears on the ground, pears on the ground, what you gonna do with the pears on the ground?

I thought I was done making jam this week......

Then it got windy yesterday.

I guess I am making more pear jam.

 There are still a lot left on the tree too. Yikes!

"Don't worry, we'll help you clean these up, won't we Emma?"

"Yeah, anything to help out!"

" Nom, Nom, Nom."

   "Boy, this is hard work!"

"Oh, Emma, why must you be so vulgar?"
" Waitress! Dahhhling, could you please wash a few of these pears and slice them for me? Not the ones from the ground, pick some off of the tree. I would also like a chilled glass of Moscato- and be quick about it!"


Michelle said...

Too cute! Hope they don't get sick like my dogs did (don't know what they ate but we suspect groundfall apples). I've never had pear jam, but this year I made pear-applesauce. I've made plain pear sauce, too, and spiced pear butter. Happy canning!

Geraldine said...

Oh what a gorgeous blog you have! Got here via Selma's. I LOVE your header most of all. Pear jam sounds divine. I'm subscribing now too.

Spinners End Farm said...

Wow- that's a lot of pears...we had six on our wee tree this year and there are five humans in the house. I suspect the guy that stays home all day will get the last one!

Kelly said...

I have a ring tone just like that for my wacky (but much loved) sister in law. I'm thinking my version is PANTS, not pears. hmmmmm.

Dawn said...

send them to me, I would love to make jam!

Landbohaven said...

Hvor er du heldig med at have så mange pærer.
Vi har også et pære træ, men der kommer aldrig nogen frugter på.
I år får vi heller ikke et eneste æble fra vores æbletræ, der står i hegnet. Frosten ødelagde desværre blomsterne.
Hyldebærene gav heller intet i år.
Jeg håber på, at det bliver bedre næste år.
Tak for kigget.

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