Yes everyone, its that time of the harvast again! My tomato plants are blossoming into beautiful and plump little angels and I cannot wait to share them with the world! I am pleased to anounce that I was invited to compete in a very prestigous tomato competition, where only the best farmers in Iowa give it their all in hopes of being crowned the prime tomato champion. This is a very high honor for me, ecspecially since I will be compeating with professionals such as, Derk Holtzmann! My stomach is in knots just thinking about coming face to face with a past raining tomato champion in hopes of taking his title. I take great pride in growing my tomatos. Every time I grasp one of my tomato vines and feel the moisture churning benieth the surface of the stem, I feel a since of belonging with the earth and chloriform. I feel a purpose with our Mother Nurture and her beauty that she plants in one vine at a time.
I am fearful, however, that my recipie and fine growing technique for my treasured plants will be taken note of and possibley used by some of my competiters! I heard that bananas are helpful for easing a nervous nelly, so I am planning on purchasing a few from the local farmers market!
Thank you all for your support and comfort during the time of which my spanial, Janice, was ill with ring worm. Youre comments brought a calm peace to my mind and sure enough, as the sun rose the next morning, Janice was back to her old self again, frollicking through the corn stacks and playing fetch with my uncle deep within the meadow. Just thinking of her sweet pressence makes me want to go see her. I think I will treat her to one of my tomatoes! It will be her very first tomato, now that I think of it, so I hope she enjoys it thouroughly!
The next One Truly Can comic will be up shortly! I deeply apreciate youre patience throuhout these last few months, for my mind has been sorely occupied by preperation for collage in the fall (YAY!), as well as my comic entries for the OCT, Challenge of the Gods!
Peace and love,