on dirait de la pastèque, c'est délicieux. Quand je travaillais en Tunisie, j'en prenais le matin hummmmm. Ton blog est un délice pour tes visiteurs, bon week-end. Aujourd'hui je fête mes deux ans de blog. it looks like the watermelon is delicious. When I worked in Tunisia, I took the morning Hummmmm. Your blog is a delight to your visitors, a good weekend. Today I celebrate two years of my blog.
Hello Lori...Nope I don't live in Sperlonga, but in Madrid (see www.madridailyphoto.com), the sperlonga series are photos of last august I was there in vacation...
mm, that DOES look super sweet! wish i lived near a street vendor with a fruit cart!
Yes it does look sweet. I remember when I was young seeing a roadside sign that read; "Cold Sweat Watermellon." Nothing like sweat mellons. :)
Mmm! Cold fruit on a hot day is a great thing!I appreciate your photos and stories behind them. :-)
What a sweet caption as well! Have a fun weeked yourself. Everyone.
Mmmm, mmmm, good! Watermelon is one of my favorites!
This looks mighty tempting! I'd buy two cups. Maybe three or four. ;-)Have a super sweet weekend, too!Paz
Hi Lori! After a short break but a long absence, I’m finally back to the blogosphere and found some time to enjoy your excellent blog and the watermelon. Actually, it's far from being my favourite fruit, but anyhow... ;)Loved to see the Union Square outfits... Great!Many thanks for your comments on Blogtrotter, while I was off. It’s now still in Kos on the way to Crete! Hope you enjoy and wish you a great weekend and a nice week ahead!
I used to hate watermelons because of the seeds but this summer, I'm liking them a lot.I usually go to the grocery store and get those that have been cut up and ready to eat. :-)
And we think you're super sweet, too!
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