This may be one of my favorite posts ever. :)
ha ha, so cute! Poetic sneakiness... I love it!!
Love! There is nothing quite so sweet as a serepititiously picked and eaten strawberry!xo Erin
good. for. you!sometimes, a mom just needs to sneak something.truly~have a marvelous sunday,xx
Eve did the same thing, Heather. That's why you feel guilty about that strawberry...
Yum... cravings! It looks to tasty to share, and it was only little.. hehe!:) Flick
I love it! The photos and the tale. That strawberry was just too great to resist!
Oh sweet one now this is exciting..i am going to start looking for my berry buckets. xoxoxoxo
Incredible blog...so happy to have found it! An organic farmer w/an eye for style...I love it! Wish I lived closer so that I could buy up your organic blueberries!Looking forward to following your blog!That strawberry looks delish!xoxo Beth
Just discovered your blog and read a sampling of your former posts...I am hooked...and now officially following. I live in BC as well...and now I want to eat a strawberry but instead will be harvesting some rhubarb from my garden to make a crisp.
How cute! I love your honesty. I would have done the same thing. Carla
i love it! there could be nothing sweeter than a quiet moment with food...good for you!
Great shots! Strawberries are so so sweet, perfectly fit for the pictures. xx
:) Beautiful pictures. There is nothing equal to the taste of freshly picked berries.
Tom's comment is pretty funny! Hope you enjoyed your strawberry, H. Looks like you did.
This put a smile on my face Heather..and made me want strawberries! Beautiful pictures as always Karla
Haha, I would've done the same :DXoxoSarah
Aaahh the greed of berry greed. I know it well.Berry greed is good greed...perhaps Im the Gordon Gekko of the patch but when one tends the garden one reserves the right to first dibs. Philosophy never mentions berry greed but I'm certain Plato agreed.
Don't tell Dusty, but I did the same thing. We have wild strawberries growing in the front of the house. They are so tiny. I knew he'd want it, but I just couldn't help myself. I think it makes us happier which in turn makes us better mothers. Right?
Mmmmmm!!! Fresh-picked strawberries are the best!!! It's still about a month till strawberry season starts here -- can't wait!! :-)BTW, I would have been greedy too :-)Kelly
Hello there! I come by way of Rosie and have seen your name around the comment page...what a gorgeous blog you have! Anita
Tee hee! Yummy!
You did the right and honourable thing - one strawberry doesn't divide three (or even two ways) very well so it is better just to eat it in secret and keep it your guilty little pleasure. Well done.
Ha. What a perfectly-written (and photographed) post, Heather. I loved it.(For the record, I would have done the same thing. In fact, I almost feel like it was me who had that first strawberry.)xoxoxo,-maria
What a beautiful moment! I would've done the same too :)
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