Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Wordless Wednesday, "Watermelon"

Wow, that was such a big one for us;





17 comments:

Barbara F. said...

I love watermelon, Miyako. So refreshing to eat. What an adorable photo! xo

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,

What a precious photo to have from you and your brother!
As for your comment on our 21 round trip flights to Jakarta (one via Tokyo). We never bought a business class ticket, always economy. But since we were such good customers they upgraded us whenever the plane was full, they moved us to the business class. That was the airline's way of saying thank you to their loyal customers.
You forgot what we did as consultants?
My husband founded the 1st and only practical training college in the world about mushroom growing. He was the principal and teacher for some 28 years and lectured worldwide at Mushroom Science Congresses. Campbell Soup hired him as Vice President for their mushroom business in Canada, USA and Australia. After he retired we both did work as international consultants in the same field. Pieter wrote a book that has been translated into 8 languages and is called the mushroom bible. I too did write a book about harvesting and post harvesting.
Hope you are refreshed again.
Love to you,
Mariette

Ann said...

DARLING photo!!!!!
hugs from California my dear friend!!!!

Shelly said...

Watermelon is my very favorite fruit to eat! I always have some in the house. It's full of so many good vitamins, too. Thank you for this lovely post, my dear friend Miyako!

Anne said...

I love watermelon. I too remember eating it as a kid. It would be all messy and you had to spit out those big black seeds.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Such a cute picture! I love watermelon.

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

I love watermelon one of my favourite fruits.....

Michiko Johnson said...

Miyako san,
The watermelon are beautiful in warm
weather time.
I will eat in my sun mare time with that is good for me too.
I started love doing anything in your picture that make me very beautiful.
Thinking for writing about my golf time.
Tanoshimi ni site imasu.
Michiko

Cloudy said...

Einse schöne Frucht, und schmeckt immer...

Lieben Gruß
CL

eileeninmd said...

Cherished memories, what a lovely image. I love watermelon too. Hope you have a great day.

Ellie said...

Watermelon is so tasty isn't it. Every time I see one I want to have one, lol.
Lovely picture!!!

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

That is such a sweet photo! I'm from the southern US so grew up eating lots of watermelon ... always with salt (which most people find weird). have a great day! Tammy

Hanne Bente said...

Beautiful picture you have made.
Wishing you a good Wednesday.
Hanne Bente

Tamago said...

It is really huge suika :-) I remember this photo from your post in the past...such sweet and precious photo. I'm sure it brings back many wonderful memories of your brother.
It must be getting into suika season. I hope you will enjoy them :-)

Mina said...

Oh, this scrapbook outlay is gorgeous! I love the creations you are making and that picture of you and your brother just warms my heart with love. Hugs to you. Mina

Ayu Maselli said...

Miyako, are you and your brother on the picture?..oh so cute vintage.
watermelon...perfect for this really hot summer.

Tooki said...

Is that you biting into the melon? Haha, your picture is lovely and the frames are just beautiful!