Sorry charlie...is that from a tuna commercial?...Anyhow, all baby peppers start out green, then change color as they mature. In fact, when you’re growing bell peppers, some stay green until they mature to yellow or red, while others may turn white, lilac or purple before maturing to red, yellow or orange.
Those peppers look good enough to eat! As long as they aren't hot, I can handle them.
Nope...them's just standard 'no heat' bells...
My favorite type of peppers!
Pretty peppers....I love them stuffed.....And cut up with onions fried with slices of steak....Yummy.
Hey ya sparky...What going on in your life....Hope y'all are staying warm with the snow.......
Hey Lovey Dee, Well it's about time you came back! Where have you been young lady? You better have a real good excuse for being gone! HAHA! That was just for fun. Staying warm, yes. But we haven't seen one snowflake yet. All clear and dry here. So far so good. So how are you?
Hi there sweet Dee...long time no see...
Thanks friend......Been very sick again with pnemonia and another attack of diverculitis......I am still hanging in there and try to get on my computer to see if any of my friends are there.......So glad to talk to you anna....I have spoken thru computer to dave and i hope things are going better for you....Lu both...Dee
Dee, Feel free to message me anytime too. Now, did you get a flu shot and a pneumonia shot? I hope so.
I dont know how to email you.....Mine is nanadeelady13@aol.Com........I have to be very careful and stay away from sick people cause of the lupus and copd and too much to write above.....Only good thing with my body.......I can still smile...Ha ha
Hey Sweetie, Check your email.