Ruby Tuesday and The Kitty Tomato

“Look,” said my mother as she handed me a tomato.
“What is that bizarre growth?” I asked myself, as I looked at it puzzled.
“It’s a kitty!” she explained.
Magic and wonder are in the eye of the beholder. Can you see it now?
(Find other Ruby Tuesday photos here.)

p.s. Surely I’ll post some book reviews soon; when I finish Middlemarch and getting my room established for school.

25 thoughts on “Ruby Tuesday and The Kitty Tomato”

  1. Oh, dear, Kathy. I'm afraid my exploration has only left my readers in confusion. I love the beautiful door as well; I just thought this Renoir would be more fitting for the start of school (where I teach third grade) and a book blog.Knowing me, you'll probably see the door again. Some day.


  2. Hilarious. I might be pulling out a few kitty vegetable posts of my own as school gets underway. The stress of it all. Always feel better once I see the kids coming through the door though! Good luck.


  3. Is i weird that I saw that before I read the title and or story? Maybe I did subconsciously though..You teach? How wonderful! I always admire people who teach children. I don't think I ever could.


  4. That adorable little kitty! ๐Ÿ™‚ And, yes, the school year is upon us all — in some fashion or another, young or old, with or without children! I always love the amazing good cheer and energy of back to school shopping — and I find it's always an excuse to visit an office supply store! ๐Ÿ™‚


  5. ds, it makes me so happy that you made, and liked!, the peach sorbet. Yippee! I think it's a keeper, too, because it's fresh, healthy and delicious.Mary, it takes a teacher, right? ๐Ÿ˜‰


  6. Very cute 'mater! I hope it was tasty. I love nothing better than squishy white bread slathered with Hellman's/Best Food's Mayo and thick slices of garden fresh tomatoes. Yum-O!Happy Back-to-School to you, Ms. Bellezza! I love fall and have such a strong desire to go buy a box of pencils and crayons. Now if only the weather would cooperate. 102 today. Actual, not heat index. Sigh.


  7. How I miss blogging and you dear Bellezza! How can one feel so busy and yet not that physically harassed?The tomato is lovely. If only they don't rot they would somewhere in my bedroom.


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