A Very Short Story..






The Pea.

18 comments:

Jane said...

oh how divine. Those peas are probably fresh and little and good enough to eat raw, or if not they only need to touch the boiling water for an instant. !!

donna baker said...

I love fresh garden peas. They only grow down here in the early spring.

Vintage Home said...

......the pea the princess & the picture!...LOVE these images!...
worthy of a frame I would say....hhhmmmm

Sweet as June said...

so sweet!

Jacqueline said...

But what a delicious story!

Ana Degenaar said...

This is adorable I love it!

Building a House and Home said...

So cute...I thought we were going to see a third way to eat fresh harvest - squeezing from the bottom up!

NOTyourrunofthemill said...

The Princess and the pea! Love!

Martina said...

Sooooo pretty - and - what a sweet pea that kid!

pollydove said...

as pee wee herman used to say, "i love that story!"

Lady Grey said...

oh I love it, especially those little curls!

Restyled Home said...

I love your little blog. There is such a sweetness to every photo you share and story you tell. It makes me want to strip mine down to the basics and start over. No pressure, just a place to record the bits and pieces of my days.

And I love that you are a supremely talented Canadian stylist!

Cheers,
Linda

Pinecone Camp said...

Perfectly perfect! I love a good short story.

found and sewn said...

Beautiful photos. great ending!

Vintage Simple said...

Read it again, Mommy..!

Lovely. As your posts always are. Seems like all is well over in your corner of the world. Makes me happy, dear.

A big hug for your sweet pea and another for you.

xoox,
-maria

Pooch Morning Glory said...

ah, hey from ontario. this post is kinda like the one i just did
awesome!
~laura

Chicken Wrangler said...

Charming!

grrl + dog said...

That reminds me

of childhood raiding
of the pea patch

scrunching peas
and sucking the shell's sweetness.