Friday, May 28, 2010

Red Ripe Cherries



Memorial Day weekend is here!
The beginning of summer...
Red, ripe, juicy cherries are at the market!





Thanks for all the suggestions for my altered change purse necklace!
It turned out that a little weight in the bottom allows the purse to stay upright...
so I'm back on track as long as I can live with the clasp not closing.







It's time to open the camp at the lake!



What are you doing this weekend?

I hope it is fun and involves family and friends!
:)

19 comments:

Donna said...

I love the cherries on the plate, so cute. Hope you have a great holiday weekend! We are going fishing and cooking out, if the weather permits.
:)

Donna

Susan {Florali} said...

Love your cherry post. Cherries are way too dangerous in my opinion, so easy to eat TOO many!

Gert said...

Love the cherry post...thanks for sharing.
Have a wonderful weekend..

Blessings.....
xoxo Gert

VINTAGE said...

Ohhhhhhhh - cherries! It's a long time ago I've had them... wonderful post!

Greetings

VINTAGE

Tracie~MyPetiteMaison said...

Hi Laura,
Love those cherries and this time of year. I have a bowl full of Rainier cherries on my bistro table in the kitchen. I plan on enjoying them this weekend spending time with my family outdoors. Walks, grilling, planting and remembering all the military people that have given so much for all of us.
Have a beautiful weekend!
xo~Tracie

Sarah said...

Laura, I came home with a bag of cherries yesterday. Yummy! Love when they are in season. Your photos are each a yummy treat as well.
Hope you have a delightful holiday weekend. Ours will be quiet. Not much going on here. ~ Sarah

Linda said...

I love cherries! Our sour cherry tree is covered with green cherries right now~ I can hardly wait until they're ripe~ they make the best pie!

Jacqueline said...

Dear Laura,
Cherries are one of my favourite fruits. They are not quite in the shops yet here in the U.K.
Wonderful photographs. I just love the way you put these little groups together and, you can a;ways seem to put your hands on a relevant item to match.
Enjoy the long weekend. It is what we call a bank holiday weekend here and everyone gets monday off. XXXX

LiLi M. said...

Catching up with your blog is a feast, but not easily done in a few moments, as I always stop and drool, but you know what: I'll just come back. It seems to me that your photos are even better this time of year than they were before; combining your lovely stuff with flowers and fruits. Here we will have to wait for the cherries, they'll be here in July. Happy Memorial weekend, don't forget to celebrate life as that is the best tribute in my opinion! Thanks for your sweet welcome back words!

Suzie said...

Laura - headed to Eddie Ross's garage sale - he is about an hour north of me and VERY excited to see his home and what he has for sale! I'll keep you posted,

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

Have a great weekend opening up your cottage at the lake this weekend, Laura. Hopefully you'll have lots of help with everything that entails. The weather forecast is great here, so I'm hoping it will be the same for you.

Theresa said...

Sweet summer time! Beautiful pictures! Have a blessed day! HUGS!

It's me said...

Hello...yes we have friends tomorrow.....and go to a garden show.............nice pictures !! i love cherry's i haven't eat them yet this year.........happy weekend my darling...hugs from me.........

Bonjade said...

Jummy....jummie.......delicious.....
Oh If I could eat some of these......
Getting red lips;)
Fine weekend

Jamie said...

I love cherries - always love the cherry motif! What a great post! Have a fantastic weekend! Jamie V in MT

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Your cherries shots are gorgeous, Laura. Hope you are enjoying a lot of cheeriness this weekend! xx

Lisa said...

Oh i love cherries! They are pretty and yummy!
Happy Summer!
Hugs, Lisa

all kinds of everything said...

Dear Laura,
Your cherry pictures are wonderful!!!
Lovely summerpost!
Have a great weekend,
Suzanne

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