Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Two for the price of one- Cherries anyone?




 I found these Siamese pair in the bowl of cherries I was eating last night at 2:00am..
It brought me back to the time when I lived in Sydney... In the summertime we would drive, kids, family and friends, away from the city heat to the countryside and the cherry orchards. When we got there each was provided with a large colored plastic bucket so we could pick cherries right off the tree. Needless to say, we ate more off the tree than what went in the bucket!!  It was all included in the price though.. The day would always end with a lovely picnic and much laughter!

I met a man the other day who reminded me that the most important thing is always the present moment..So true!


11 comments:

Robin Norgren-Well of Creations said...

Living in Germany has placed right smack in the midst on cherry trees on every street-gorgeous and inspiring!

the t time said...

ciao! ti lascio un saluto qui e ti parlo in italiano, perché tu forse lo capisci... vero? :)
grazie per la tua visita! mi piace tanto quello che crei!
a presto,
tiziana

carol gourley said...

The present moment, the moment of Now, is right were we should be...that man is so right.
and right now I am eating your delisious cherries because we are right in cherry seaon in british columbia, canada.
such a sweet post, I have a memory just like that one.
xocarol

Ruff Haven said...

You had me at Marley.
I am now following you.
Love your beads, your blog and your style !

ellie said...

hi neighbor. I'm practically next door in Georgetown.
The cherries are lush. and I really like your skeleton key.I know some friends who would love to have them.

jacqueline said...

This looks sooo delicious!! I love cherries! It sounds like an amazing day picking cherries and enjoying them! Have a lovely merry happy weekend and love to you!

sydney @ memorable minutes said...

Hi Adee,
I found you from flying lesson. cherries are my favorite and those double ones always give me a smile. I adore your skeleton key. I have a giant one on my shelf that i found in my grandmother's when we were cleaning out. They have such beauty in them. You've got a follower, i can't wait to see what else you create.

Diana said...

Thanks so much for visiting me on my blog. It means so much. I especially like the skeleton key necklace in your Etsy shop. The pieces on it look very original. It reminds me of the quality of pieces from years ago.

Anonymous said...

I love cherries, but they are so expensive!
zen and the art of tightropewalking

Ronnie14 said...

Adee.....yes I am Italian LOL. If I answered your question on my blog...would you get the answer? I didnt want to take the chance...that is why I came here LOL. You can tell I'm new with all this blogging. Hey... I love your jewelry...very nice

adee said...

Ronnie, sometimes if I forget to tick the'' email follow-up comments to my email'' I don't get the reply unless I get back to your blog....Thanks for your reply here and I will now get back to your blog and reply there too..ehehe..fun uh?

Thanks for dropping by!