We've moved from Baltimore, Maryland USA to Venice, Italy in pursuit of living our dream!


Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Frutta!!





White peaches, figs, dark cherries, berries.. the fruit this season has been absolutely delightful!

7 comments:

LindyLouMac said...

Wow, you have been busy posting today, I have just read them all. The fruit here is just truly wonderful I now have fresh fruit for breakfast every day.
The language post was also dear to my heart, as I have the same problems, a day like that does boost your confidence though.
My favourite post just has to be the launching of the gondola, but I was unable to comment below it. That really was a once in a lifetime experience and so interesting to be able to share with you. Thankyou.

karen said...

Yes, I have been so blog negligent lately, but so many wonderful things happening every day, I must get caught up!!! New goal is to get blogging back on track! The gondola varo was so special, I wish I could have posted every one of my photos! Ciao :)

LindyLouMac said...

Real life does get in the way and your readers I am sure don't mind waiting.
Do you store your photos online elsewhere? I tend to direct people from my blog to my Flickr albums if they are interested in seeing more photos of what ever I have posted about. This seems to work well for me.

Yvonne said...

Yum, yum. I've had to clean drool off the keyboard. I'll pretend Leopold was here and did that!

karen said...

Yvonne, you are a riot! I've been eating LOTS of dark cherries, they are divine! When are you coming back???

Yvonne said...

Karen, I'm making some plans for next year; it's a bit far away, I don't want to get too excited. But, every darn day finds me obsessing about that place. For everyone, there's one true love, eh? With this one, I don't have to pick up dirty socks ..... :)

karen said...

Oh, Yvonne, I do know about Venice getting under the skin! Keep us posted on your plans... I'll take you to Orsoni. They connected me with the company in Venice where they get gold leaf from, that's my next adventure, to get inside and see that process. See you soon-K