The Warmth of the Heavy Sun—Tuesday, July 5, 2016


The warmth of the heavy sun has brought to us the sour cherries and apricots.  I had thought they froze, but I was wrong.

Song-on-the-WindOur kids are still here.  The days full of waves of gentle peace…something I am not resisting.

From my world to your heart,




17 thoughts on “The Warmth of the Heavy Sun—Tuesday, July 5, 2016

  1. Ohhh, the cherries… I miss cherries that aren’t $9 a kilo and have travelled thousands of kilometres. My sister in France has half a dozen cherry trees, and it always arouses serious envy when she tells me they’re in fruit.

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  2. Those cherries are making me most envious.
    I think you would have to chain me up if you wanted
    fruit for your no doubt great cherry pies.
    I would be worse than cherry eating birds. ha ha.
    A cold change from the South Pole is gripping us here
    at present – sunny day but up on the river in Brisbane
    with the winds, the temperature is about 5 Celsius colder
    than in the centre of the CBD ! Brrrrrrrrrrrr – territory.
    Enjoy your cherries – lucky buggers. They cost a fortune
    here in Brisbane but when Mum and Dad (RIP) lived
    in Young, cherry picking time was the ideal visiting
    period. The town, Young, is the Cherry capital of Australia.
    I reckon Kate has been to Young in Cherry and Plum time.


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