Thursday, September 24, 2009

There Once Was a Pepper Nearly Yellow.....

I posted about Bob and Georgia who are next door neighbours at the Lake. They have the "communal" vegetable garden where we also planted peppers and broccoli. Another neighbour has plantings also and we share.
Anyway last weekend we found a small paper bag at the door with a poem on the outside handwritten by Georgia. If you click on it you will be able to read it better.
This is a closeup of the poem. Click on it to read it better. Isn't that cute? Georgia enjoys painting and writing stories. She's quick with wit and poem too. They didn't have to give us the pepper back. We had talked with them about our green peppers that were not turning yellow. It seems Bob picked the first one that had turned yellow....then they felt bad because it was the first one and returned it in the bag with the poem.
Isn't it special to have great neighbours?
We think so. I hope you have a fabulous day... Judi xoxo


Marilyn said...

How cute is that poem!?! Georgia and Bob must be fun to live next to at the cottage. The pepper is beautiful. Hope your day is a good one.

Julie said...

That is so sweet! Great neighbors are such a wonderful blessing!

Darlene said...

Awwww what a cute poem. That is so sweet of your neighbor. There is nothing better than wonderful neighbors!

Hope you have a great day Judi!♥

Lindsay-ann said...

Great poem. Thanks for sharing it. Your nieghbors sound lovely people. The pepper looks good.

Theresa @ Take A Sentimental Journey said...

I think comunal gardens are such a good ideal. I have seen a few pop up around here this year . I am missing my tomatoes already !

SmilingSally said...

The saying goes that if you have a good neighbor, you ARE a good neighbor.