from a tree in her back yard in California!
~Such a special treat and welcome taste of familiarity from our native lands.
Weather permitting, I do not allow Pomegranate eating inside the house :-)
Thankfully the weather was glorious today and I was without excuse for throwing on
EVERYONE'S fleeces and shoes.
Once they were all together and preoccupied, how could I not take along my
camera to document the picking of succulent red seeds?
Sometimes learning a new skill (like how to actually eat those seeds)
takes some concentration.
My fearless tree-climber claims this particular model of boot (a different one than we usually buy)
didn't "hold up" as well. I can't help but raise only one eyebrow at that when my imagination is so
well trained. Haha :-D
This is a boy we're talking about here.
As you can see, it's a very smart move to take family photos when everyone is so happily
preoccupied! You may feel free to borrow from my awesome ingenuity :-)
Even little brother joined the fun - only, no one offered to share their fruit .
He was forced to nibble on leaves and dirt.
Miss Carolina was just a bit of a Ham today.
That's somewhat unusual for her and I thought she was pretty fun!
I would say this face right here is a great reason for why we don't eat these in the house.
And this isn't even particularly messy for my Olie-girl who has to experience everything with all
her senses (so wearing it on her skin is all part of the delight)!
Believe it or not, Aloria was walking BACKWARDS (!!!)
And believe it or not, she didn't stumble and land on her kiester (again, !!!)
More delicious leaves and sticks :-)
My amazing crew - the Great Eight! They sure enjoyed all the fabulous Gramsie-sent stickiness.
A bucket of water went a long way in spiffing them right up :-)
Sweet sweet dreams will be had tonight.