Gorgeous pie! Yum!!
What a great collection of photos!And the pie does look yummy :)
I agree - that pie looks amazing. Great photos - thanks for sharing!
If you keep posting all these luscious photographs, Cherie, you just may find me knocking on your door some day....
mmmmmmmmmm....that pie looks really tempting! :)
What awesome photos - and I really really want a piece of that pie!
Boy, those signs are fabulous aren't they. Is that a strawberry rhubarb pie? Can I come over for a piece?Thanks for the comment on my other blog. I'm trying to learn it in my spare time. It's taking longer than I want it to. Anyway, get out the ice cream I'm comin over!
i must get me outside with a camera and take some autumn photos!
So you guys want some pie. I'd send you each a slice if I could but that baby is loooong gone.It was a cherry pie made by Cassie - pictured.WC, Cassie grinned long and wide when she read your comment, knowing you are an expert in baking.Ann, you come a'knockin' any old time.Sandy, the ice cream's out and waiting. Come on over!I look forward to your autumn photos, Cecily.All of you, thanks for your kind comments!
These are wonderful photos. It's great to watch Spring taking baby steps our way!
The picture of the feet in the water and the one below are my favorites. Was the water cold? The pie and your daughter's face are wonderful too.
Baby steps of Spring - you betcha, Sandy. This weekend the baby was pretty big, though, and left bent flowers, snow, and hail. Biiiig Baby. Ha!Annie, those are Caroline's feet and she says, "Yes, the water was reaaallly cold."
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