Sunday, November 30, 2008

A Papaya Splendor !

From the day break I was very excited to take photos for my blog. This is what I have for you.

I had planted a papaya plant long before. Often I got ripe ones and some times too many that it

overfilled our tummy. But some thing was so special about this papaya. I did just go to take some

photos from my garden. Then by chance I saw a ripe papaya. Usually ripe papayas get eaten by

birds but this one was safe. I was not tall enough to reach that high. So I took a long stick and

gave it a jerk. Then it fell rather good if you catch it or else you would be dipped with its juice.

Yes! This was a small one just what I needed. I ran inside to cut it into halves. I ate one half

delicious it was .have you eaten one? If yes you would find it very much watery. I knew t

hat no

one would eat the other half because all of them hated it. That was what I wanted so that I can

finish the delicious fruit all by myself. But bad luck. Even my sister who hated ate it in one gulp.

anyway not a matter at all many more are there which would ripe soon. You can see those

unripe ones. I would wait for that day to come, and then I would not even cut them into halves.

No No I won’t show it to them at all.


Robyn said...

Hi Susan, you popped by my Counting my blessings blog...thanks for your lovely encouraging comment.
Funny, cause I had just been on your Veg Art blog....Wow!! You are soooo clever....amazing.
I'm glad I found you too!!
Have a great day!
BTW I love Papaya...we call them Paw Paws :O) ...Yum!!!
Robyn xx

Renee said...

Hi Susan:

You got me hungry. I want a papaya right now, but here in Canada they don't grow on trees. We are covered in snow.

Thanks for stopping at my blog the other day.

Renee Khan

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi Susan :)

I think you sister ate the papaya with great taste just to make you unhappy.

I have an idea. Next time you call your sister and give her half the ripe papaya. If she really doesn't like papaya she wont eat it. Then you can eat all the papayas on the tree.

Best wishes :)