15 Dec 2011

Cherries in winter

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I have been preparing for 2012 and that means clearing out, backing up and deleting (the old of course). I came across a picture I took over the summer at Pike Market in Seattle and it sent me to a dreamy place.  I miss the fresh fruit, the hustle and bustle, the sun and the temperatures of the summer.  Can I get fresh cherries in winter?  Ummmm, no, I don’t think so?  Our summer lasted aproximately 2.3 weeks, which clearly isn’t long enough for a desert rat!  So, I will continue to glance at my market pictures and my dreamy place with anticipation of next summer, which by the way starts in about August here.  I have a long road ahead of me… but wait until you see what I bought to survive the winters!  It’s good!

Oh… today is my birthday and I’m flying to AZ.  Happy Birthday to me.  A girl’s got to do what a girl’s go to do!

Cherries at Pike Market in Seattle

2 Responses to “Cherries in winter”

  1. Kristin says:

    Those look like some wonderful raspberries!! I hope you had a wonderful birthday! Miss you!

  2. jenna says:

    I hope your birthday was fabulous and warm. Big hugs to you from 46 and rainy, dangit.

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