Thursday, 21 July 2011

OH, CHERRIES!

Well right now I'm on kiddie holiday elsewhere but last week I was picking cherries in the garden at the farm. And oh how I love those berries! (or I think they actually are fruit? You never know when it comes to plants; bananas are berries, tomatoes are fruit (although in The States, legally vegetables...), and so on...)


Obviously, I am never going to get thin again.

Recipe coming up soon; it's my own, and it's worth getting a little bit of that more to love for.
And hey, there can never be enough love now can there?

24 comments:

Polly said...

Cake looks delicious, and what a gorgeous dress!

Barbara - The Tattooed Housewife said...

those are so beautiful! and you do not need to worry about weight! you're gorgeous!

Dashfield Vintage said...

Oh my goodness... YUM!!!!!

The Zany Housewife said...

I have fond memories picking cherries with my great grandfather...I miss it so.

Looking forward to seeing the follow-up recipe!

Miss Tallulah Porkchop said...

Heaven.

Roxie Roulette said...

Cherries are definitely in my top three favourite fruits!

Lovin' the dress too =)

BaronessVonVintage said...

Oh, delicious!!!!!

Lucy-Mae said...

Ooh that cake looks amazing! You're so lucky to have a cherry tree!

melina bee said...

I love cherries and cherry prints, so innocent and "sweet".
who cares if you ever get thinner again when you look absolutely beautiful? I would think that for burlesque the more curves, the better.

Rebeccak said...

YUM! Cherries are just coming into season here too. I might need to go a-cherry-picking :)

Karin said...

You look fab, have another piece of cake ;)

Kelly said...

do you know what kind of cherries they are? I wonder if they taste different to black cherries, they're the only ones you can ever get in the shops in the UK. Love the colour of these ones, look forward to the recipe!

Rakel said...

Cherries is the best! :)

Andi B. Goode said...

Ooh, looks yummy! My mouth is actually watering. Hehe.
-Andi x

Aiju said...

Joo toi on ihan hullua tuo hedelmiä ja marjojen määrittelyt. Oiskohan kirsikat luumarjoja. Tjaa, hyviä ne on ainaki, se on pääasia!

Carol said...

I have a suggestion for you, I think you should create a time capsule in www.mytimecapsule.net and put there some pictures and future trends. Release them in a year or so. It will be fun.

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EmmaB said...

Cherry cake looks fab!

Hanna said...

Considering you always have amazing clothes on, why not do a post on something like "my top 5 favourite online shops"?

I know I would be interested! I love this dress too, you always manage to look so fab.

the freelancer's fashionblog said...

Kelly : don't know the name of the kind but they're sour cherries.

Carol : hmm, I'll check it out but then again the blog is kind of a time capsule for me, looking back at old posts.

Hanna : You can find them under the "Me Likey" headline in my sidebar! This dress is by Trashy Diva.

Carlin said...

I've never seen cherries that look like that, before. Very interesting!
It's always fun to see the slight differences between foods and plants that you can see in the US vs in Europe :)

I really liked the barefoot picture, by the way.

mlle.a said...

You are so lucky to have cherries now.. In south of France cherrie's time is over since a long time.. and I miss them , it's my favourite fruit! The pictures are beautiful.
The dress is amazing!

z a n a said...

num num <3 Can I have a taste ? =P

Ms Wanda said...

Beautiful photos - I can almost taste them...but then clearly can't which is frustrating! Damn you ;0)

I love the print on your frock - loveliness

Gigi said...

Great cake - looks beautiful and delicious. Also I love that dress.