Saturday, May 23, 2009

What to Do After Church

The best way to spend a Sunday afternoon? Eating chicken and baked beans on the back porch, washing it all down with an ice-cold glass of sweet tea. 

Then all that's left is to work off the two days' worth of calories you just put away. There's no more productive way to do that at this time of year than get down and dirty in the garden. 

Tomorrow afternoon, the whole community can find a new place to burn off those extra handfuls of fried okra and biscuits at the opening of the Haven of Harmony Community Garden opening celebration

The party, which will feature live music, locally grown food and plenty of other entertainment from Tulsa's garden societies, will get started at 2 p.m. at 920 S. New Haven, on the grounds of the First Seventh Day Adventist Church of Tulsa. Admission is free and, of course, open to the public. 

As if you needed any more fuel for the garden fever that threatens to overtake your life. But, hey, what am I here for but to help you drive yourself crazy by enabling you to let your passions consume you, right in your own backyard? Literally this time.

1 comment:

Jill of All Trades said...

I used to love to dig potatoes in my Daddy and Momma's garden. Great fun to grow.

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