Exactly three weeks ago today, I mentioned in this post [link] that we had some sort of squash plant growing from behind one of the azalea bushes out front.
I guessed at the time that it was a pumpkin, and I’m here to let you know that I was right.
Oh, so very right.
And then I found another one.
And another one. Damn, I haven’t been out here in awhile, I guess. Or I just didn’t notice them because I was always checking the bigger one. They just sort of popped out lately.
And then, lo and behold, I found this one sitting under the bush. And there were two more behind it!
Altogether we have six pumpkins growing from a random vine that resulted from my husband throwing a handful of seeds one day.
And that, folks, is about as exciting as it gets around here most days.
I like it that way, sometimes.
Now honestly, where else can you come for titillating photos and stories such as this? You know you love the thrill-a-minute that it is here!
Hoping you can contain yourselves until tomorrow, my friends . . .