Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Idle Time is the Devil's Playground

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"Idle Time is the Devil's Playground", if that is true then the Devil is pretty bored with me these days.  My life has been turned upside down, inside out, and back again.  I have a lot of life changes going on and the garden is definitely getting neglected.  I am sorry I have not posted more frequently, hopefully within another month I will be back in the swing of things.

Speaking of the devil and things that are hot, my habaneros finally changed from green to orange.  These things just look mean and scary and I won't dare try one.  I grew them this year to give away to some people that like hot peppers.  Last year, they said my jalapenos were not spicy enough.  Hopefully this will give them the kick they need, hehehe!  If these aren't hot enough for them, (I can't see how), I will go up the next step on the Scoville scale and that would be the Indian Ghost Chile.  I have to say, they are one of the prettiest peppers when ripened.  The orange color is really nice.

6 comments:

Jenny said...

I'm sorry to hear about hard times you're facing, and hope it will get better soon. peppers look great.

Kris said...

Jenny, I guess after rereading my post I made it sound bad. Let me clarify, the change is not bad, only that I have no free time to garden or blog. It is just going to take some time to adjust, I hope to post more about what is going on in the future.

GrafixMuse said...

It sounds like you are on quite a roller coaster of life right now. I hope all calms down for you soon.

Those habaneros look nasty :)

Kris said...

Thanks Rachel, I got a report tonight from the person I gave them to and they said they were HOTTT! MWAHHAHAHAH!

SmithGang said...

Mmm I see Habaneros Gold Jelly out of those beauties!!! They look great n color.hope the folks like them :)

Kris said...

SmithGang - Thanks for commenting on my blog. I did get a report that the peppers were very hot. One person in particular cut one pepper into thirds and he and two other workers each took a piece and ate it raw. They were on fire!