"Wando" heirloom peas, that is. (They're the heirloom pea variety I plant each year). I usually use them as a nitrogen-fixing cover crop, planting them in late winter and pulling them out in the spring, saving a few seeds for next year. We'll save some seeds again this year (why buy seeds every year when you can just plant your own?), but this year we're also going to enjoy actually eating some.
I don't look very happy in this picture, but I was thoroughly enjoying clear, 80-degree day here in Carolina. Just zoning out on the front porch, shelling peas. Shelling peas brings back lots of memories for me and Amie, memories of time with family, sitting on our grandparents' front porches, shelling peas, snapping beans, and shucking corn.