Tuesday, June 10, 2008


A Berry Satisfying Day

Jill, Anjie and I turned berries into 54 jars of jam today.
It only took about five hours (whew!).




Good job Prego--put those feet up!

11 comments:

VEGAS VIC said...

YOU HAVE ARRIVED.....

Mom

Chris said...

I want jam! Good job! Someday I am going to quit my job, get pregnant, and make jam!

In Season said...

MMMM that looks so good. I look so forward to the days when i can QUIT MY JOB and do stuff like this...

jill said...

Glad we did it! Now let's eat!!!

Suzanne said...

Yay! You made jam! I am so jealous! My strawberries have not grown much and the ones in the store do not look appetizing! I envy your jam jars! -Suzanne

partii said...

'bout time, now where's the bread?

Ann Marie said...

Wow! Look at all of your hard work!
Strawberry jam and pickles ( NOT together ) are the only things I bottle anymore! :)

Paul said...

my fav look from A. smug and self satisfied way to go girl prego and all.

PoPs

funkitup said...

OkAY, Did you guys really go to a farm and buy those strawberries? We had strawberries for breakfast, but had to go to Costco to get them. I don't even think my kids know that strawberries grow in the ground! I am so jealous-really...the life you guys lead is so unreal...Anj looks dang cute pregnant too, I got a baby without doing that....still hard though...love and miss you all! P.S. can I have some jam? I will trade you for carrot cake! Kim-tang

careymc said...

Those strawberries look perfect! Did you make freezer jam? We did this a couple weeks ago and it's been so yummy. :)

Nathan and Amy Romney said...

Way to make me feel unaccomplished. I just made some homemade strawberry jam this weekend, too, but 54 jars?!? I don't think so... I only made one batch. :( (But I did make homemade rolls to go with--does that count for something? :)

P.S. Your blog is adorable.