5.22.2009

My vegetable plants






one



two, three tomatoes..



Chingensai (bok choi)



I volunteer in JASA senior center teaching art class every Friday morning and the activity what we did today was watercolor. I always enjoy teaching and have great time with them.

My vegetable plants are getting bigger and what I am so excited about is that I grow them in the city and I can't wait to see some ladybugs and bees visiting my balcony!

Have a great holiday weekend!
ox

21 comments:

Veroka said...

Beautiful little tomatoes!

MODsquad said...

Oh, your tomatoes look fabulous!! Chingensal... Must do this next year for sure!! Too bad your not closer... I could trade you mesclun for chingensal!

Super cool that you volunteer! I keep meaning to start doing that with the girls. This would be a good summer project! Thanks for the reminder!

Happy Weekend!

janis said...

Wonderful watercolors, and good for you for volunteering Natsumi!

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

Isn't it the best feeling this time of year, when the vegetables start? We're knee-deep in our garden right now. What fun to do watercolors of the vegetables, too!

Jennifer said...

Your plants look good- healthy!
Sweet little tomato sketch.
I'm sure those senior citizens love you!

Francesca said...

My favorites are your water colored vegetable plants. I wish you could teach me: the best teachers are those who enjoy what they do.

La Trollette said...

that must be OVER GREAT to have you as a teacher! I'd love that!
Too bad NYC's too far away from my home...

aniadots said...

cute tomato drawing :)
I also stareted to plant on my balcony but flowers. :)

isabelle said...

I wish I could learn watercolor from you one day ....

Jeannette said...

I will join Isabelle and Francesca for the watercolor class!
I wish I had your talent.
Have a wonderful weekend, Jeannette

trinsch said...

i adore your drawings. so sweet and beautiful. i am sure you're a wonderful teacher.

Kristina * said...

you grow these on your balcony - wow, that's fabulous! and i love your watercolour! :)

joanne said...

so many tomatoes, red and green :) have an awesome long weekend!!

Le blÖg d'Ötli said...

Lovely, lovely and lovely ;)

Schanett said...

did you already eat your first tomatoe meanwhile? and how did you prepare it?

Claire said...

I love your red tomatoes...

ii-ne-kore said...

i adore your tomatoes

Mary-Laure said...

It's so wonderful that you volunteer, I'm sure you bring the seniors lots of joy.

Cris Siqueira said...

hi natsumi

how's your weekend?
ooh... your tomatoes is getting yellow and soon they will get red!!
i can't wait to see!!
i already translate pizza recipe, you wanna by email or i can write here!!
you choose!!!

great week!!

:)

cris

mansuetude said...

love the crowns of these--i can almost smell them.

vegetable plants said...

Well done – it makes a nice change to read something that makes sense. Pleasing on the eye too. You have a real nice site!