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Sunday, July 13th, 2014 01:11 pm
Today's lunch, for example, was brought by the letters Q, M, and W (Qdoba, McDonald's, and Wendy's). Why? Because we didn't have anything planned and were up against Lunchtime, and if I'm going to buy crap for the boys, I will at least buy crap they will eat excitedly. That's McDonald's. On the other hand, Scott gets really tired of McDonald's and really likes Qdoba. Normally I'd have gone with one of those two, but Wendy's had a new pretzel burger I really wanted to try.

And so it goes. Sadly, the pretzel burger is really good. Sadly because it is not the greatest choice calorie-wise. Heh.

On the other hand, as the title says, garden! Ian has this ridiculously enormous tomato plant. (It is from a seed started because he chose tomatoes, therefore, it's in his planter, therefore it's "his" tomato plant.) The thing, if it were not in a planted, would be about as tall as he is or a bit more I think. In the planter it's definitely taller.

I took 6-foot trellises and set them up adjacent to support the tomato because the tomato support has been more or less absorbed and the tomato was merrily going sideways and down from out of the overwhelmed thing. Hilarious. Now if only some of those flowers actually, yannow, become tomatoes. (No, it's not a six-foot tomato. But I had standard flimsy tomato cages, and 6-foot trellises. So.)
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Sunday, July 13th, 2014 10:55 pm (UTC)
I was about to tell you to tell Scott his genes are RIDICULOUS if your fruit bat is anywhere near six feet. :P
Monday, July 14th, 2014 09:57 am (UTC)
Qdoba! I remember that we used to grab lunch there occasionally back when I was living in the States.. but for the life of me I can't remember whát they served. Was it the enchilladas place??

Late May we got some teeny tomato plants and they've grown nicely over the past weeks.. but they totally need some support as well - we're not used to these kind of tomato plants haha we've always had the kind (here they're called tasty toms or such) that just grow in a bush shape.. if that makes sense?