Thursday, June 17, 2010

Another update ! Already?

During the week end, we went to pick some cherries at my grand'ma house. Her cherry tree is full of cherries ready to eat. Birds love them so we had to act fast if we wanted to be able to share the feast. Steb was very happy to help ( and eat them).

We got two full baskets but we could only bring one home to share between my parents and I . My grand'ma decided to keep one to give to some people. We would have known , we would have brought another basket.

85 years apart.

My flowers are not growing very good. The weather is not very good: cloudy, windy, rainy once in a while . But I was surprised to discover a little unsollicited guest in one of my window box: a little pansy decided to adopt us . Isn't it sweet?

I've been working on my curtains for a while now and we can see some progress but I'm still avoiding the 1/2. ( click to enlarge)

Pierre and Chuy really love soccer and they have been watching all the matches they could. Today, they are supporting this team:

I feel my husband is a little nervous !!!

Thanks for stopping by !!!

25 comments:

Wendy said...

those cherry´s look so jummy !

Lizy said...

Hola,
Las cerezas se ven bien sabrosas!!! A mi cuando voy a al mercado me gusta comerlelas aunque mi mama me regañe y el juego de mexico esa bien emociante!!!!

Pumpkin said...

Ohhhhhhh, look at all of those yummy cherries!!!! If I were there, I would have eaten a whole basket myself ;o)

Your stitching is coming along beautifully.

DH and I have been watching the games but we don't really have a favorite team.

Lesleyanne said...

Lovely looking cherries. Gorgeous progress on your stitching.

Blu said...

Looks like you had a wonderful time! Those cherries look delicious!

Great progress on Sweet Dreams

barbibouille said...

Magnifique cueillette et belle avancée sur les rideaux de la broderie .

Ginnie said...

Great photos, we have a cherry tree but it was only planted earlier this year so I doubt we will get a crop this year!

Ingrid said...

Very nice pictures Chiloe.... yummi the cherries look delicious! I wish I had a cherry tree, I love cherries! Beautiful stitching !

Annette said...

jummy cherries....
Love your stitch piece

mainely stitching said...

Those cherries make me drool! I bought some at the store today, but they do NOT compare to fresh ones!

Nancy M said...

We have a cherry tree and they are ripe, but our tree is so big we can't pick without a ladder now. That's not much fun! Great progress on your project!

Azalée said...

merci de ta gentille visite ;o)
bises d'Azalée

Suzanne said...

Those cherries look so tasty. My parents are in Croatia and sent an SMS photo of the cherries they are picking. I told them it's not nice to tease people at 3am with photos of yummy cherries. I couldn't go back to sleep as all I could think about was eating cherries. We won't have them in season until December.

Stitcher S said...

Wow, cherries are so yummy! Love visiting your blog, Chiloe. I think it's so sweet that my niece enjoys it so much too, and I still can't get her to stitch!

Sharon said...

Those cherries look so good and what fun to pick! Lovely progress on your stitching!

Justflo said...

Just love your Sweet Dreams.

Your pansy looks to hae a very smiley 'face'.

Evidently the Football is being enjoyed in your house. Great smile on that face.

Doris said...

lovely pictures. the cherries look very yummi.

Babs said...

Yummie cherries. A head doesn't really have to be 1/25, I'm doing it on 18 count aida now with 2 threads, it's a bit bigger, but still has detail in it.

Cindy F. said...

Great pics!! and love that window box! Your wip is adorable and I can't wait to see more!!

Virpi said...

Your stitching is progressing nicely and it looks really pretty. I hope everything goes fine with you =). I think about you oftern even if I don't manage to comment. The baby (who is not a baby anymore) doesn't like that I spent time with anything else but him!

Heidi said...

ohhh so jealous! Cherries are my all time favorite! I've got to get DH to plant a cherry tree on our property. Love the pictures and your stitching is coming along much better than mine!

Yany said...

Hola!! Esas cerezas se ven deliciosas!!! Gracias por compartirnos tus fotos tan bonitas.

Ya extraño tus post, espero leerte pronto.

Te mando un abrazo!!!

Hazel said...

Ooooh lovely cherries! I love them. x

Lizy said...

Hola Chiloe, espero que esten bien extraðo tu blog espero que estes pronto de regeso y todo este bien muchos saludos Lizette

Meari said...

That's a lotta cherries!