Last weekend we took the whole family to a nearby produce stand. We were craving something that tasted fresh from the garden and since I don't have my own garden, we found this place. The fields were full of fall-colored flowered. Can't wait for those cooler days to come. But for now, we are reveling in the height of summer sunshine and produce. It's easy to go overboard here and buy much more than you can use in the next few days. I don't even like okra but they look so inviting in those cute blue crates. These tomatoes inspired a caprese salad for lunch: tomato slices cut into quarters, hunks of fresh mozzarella, snipped basil leaves, salt, pepper and drizzles of olive oil and red wine vinegar. These strawberries wound up being dunked in Silky Chocolate Fondue . Every girl dreams of doing her shopping with one of these adorable woven baskets, doesn't she? Even the boys had fun playing in the sand while I took m
What a beautiful testimony of true friendship! She is a reflection of God's love for us. :) Stopping by from The Gypsy Mama. Many blessings!ReplyDelete
Oh, my dear friend. How could I be the one to show you what true friendship is - when you are the one that I am mirroring? As I was reading this, I felt like it was a conversation between you and I...and then I saw that you have had 16,000+ visitors! I am honored, truly honored to be your BFF, and I know God had His hand in your mom and my dad recognizing each other that day, to bring our kindred spirits together. I love you, and I am so proud of what you have done with this blog. It is amazing to see that you now have many, many new friends through sharing your beautiful thoughts with the world! H2U!!! xoxoxx JennReplyDelete
What a very sweet tribute to your best friend! This made me smile as I was reading.ReplyDelete
Came over from FIVE MINUTE FRIDAY.
Have a beautiful weekend!
Good friends. They are such a treasure, aren't they? This is beautifully written (and that's a lovely picture of you!).ReplyDelete