My Name is Lisa, and I’m a Tomato Maniac

“Hi, Lisa.”

Walk with us through Encino on this lovely Sunday morning as we trudge through the mud to walden homework assignments essay writing global warming in a compare and contrast essay what do mean vannevar bush wrote about in a 1945 essay go site follow click bestrahlung prostata nebenwirkungen viagra how to write a good essay for spm example of apa research paper reference page analogy literary definition example essay contemporary applied art essay college essays that worked princeton propecia infertility link suspected persuasive essay healthy eating restaurants in viagra triangle viagra 100 mg nas l kullan l r high school english research paper topics thesis on coronary heart disease how long to wait for cialis to work term papers on unions essay on ms office essay on censorship in society essay english grammar exercises Tomatomania at Tapia Brothers (Hayvenhurst & 101). We started the morning at Encino Elementary’s Pancake Palooza where we had lavish lattes from the best mobile baristas around. Thanks, Encino Dad’s & Dudes for organizing this family friendly event!, pub-2261152276079224, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

A walk past the final stages of our local mini-mall makeover yields to a stroll through Los Encinos State Historic Park.

I learn that cactus is a survival food. Good to know.

The sun plays hide and seek behind the clouds as we pull the little red wagon up to Tapia Brothers where Tomatomania has taken up residence for the weekend. The kids explore, roosters roam, and tomato maniacs like me peruse the plants.

Back home the mud meets the mat. . .

and it’s tomato planting time.

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