{Louisville Living}

Monday, June 17, 2013





Mulberry picking. Fly fishing. Cobbler.
A summer evening well spent.
Happy Monday, brave ones!

8 comments:

Josh and Haley said...

Interesting - here in South Carolina we have a tiny, bright purple, inedible berry that we call a mulberry. But we do have a very similar looking berry to your Mulberry that grows wild and close to the ground that we call Briar berries. That cobbler looks yummy! I hope there was ice cream involved. :)

Stephanie said...

The cobbler looks amazing! Perhaps I should venture into making some with the berries in my fridge. :)

Happy Monday!

Annette said...

I can smell the cobbler all the way down here in Mississippi. Smells sweet and looks tasty;)

Ps. Just made an appointment for a root canal. I'm terrified and already digging my heels into the dirt. Not. Happy. But if you can make it through one, then that gives me some hope!

Happy Monday!

Timothy Loerke said...

Josh and Haley, there's always ice cream involved...always.

Annette, just know that the Harvest House thinks you're brave. Em and I have both had a root canal. I went with the nitrous...it was great. Believe it or not, a root canal is better than it sounds...but it's still a root canal. The best part of it was I could eat ice cream without cringing from the cold intolerability.

Annette said...

Ice cream? Tolerable? Geez, that will be nice! Thank you for encouraging words. I'll put my brave face on and ask about the gas!

Kel said...

Yum! I'm getting all excited for my own berries to be ready; year three for my raspberry bramble, and there are blossoms everywhere. Cobbler and homemade raspberry ice cream visions dancing in our heads. Simple things bring so much joy, don't they?

Papa said...

OK berry people. Blackberries grow on bushes, Mulberries grow in trees. At least that is the way it works in Kansas City. Mulberries are not good to eat and tend the stain the sidewalks & streets underneath the trees. There is nothing better than making seedless blackberry JAM.

Molly Roberson said...

I. Love. Papa's comment.

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