Blueberry Mornings ~

 

We have one blueberry bush in our yard in Washington. Most years it gives us a great crop of blueberries in July. If I am at my home in Washington in July my usual morning ritual is to go in my jammies and pick the ripest berries that day. Thankfully there are enough berries for me and the birds. I take my stash inside and pour them over my high fiber cereal with a cut up banana and enjoy my morning treat. Simple God given pleasures really make my day. Have a great day my friends.

Photobucket is holding all my photos from 2007-2015 hostage on their site and have replaced my photos with black and grey boxes of ugliness. I’m slowly deleting those boxes from my blog and trying to update so many posts, very frustrating.

About Ellenhttp://I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

10 thoughts on “Blueberry Mornings ~

  1. Good morning Ellen,
    Those blueberries look delicious! Sure wish I could stop by and have breakfast with you, but I must get ready for work. I don’t even have time to post this morning.
    Have a wonderful Monday,
    God Bless,
    Cori

  2. Wow – love your blueberries. Husband planted two bushes last fall, and we only got a total of 12 berries this year. Hahaha. The birds got to enjoy most of the twelve berries! 😉

  3. Oh yes, sharing the blueberries with the birds. I’ll admit that this year because of the great plethora we graciously received from my friend’s bushes, I have allowed the birds free reign in our own three small bushes. We’ll see what happens next year.

  4. Not only are the blueberries tasty, but they are also beautiful colors of blue and green!! The colors remind me of the hydrangeas as they grow in the garden.
    Your collage brings all the berry beauty together!!

  5. What kind of light to blueberry bushes prefer, Ellen? I would love to acquire one 😉

    Sara, I don’t really know except for this bush is out in the open and it gets morning and evening light. There is nothing around it to shade it. It was here when we bought the house…

  6. Those little antioxidant berries looks spectacular. This time of year. . we just eat them till we’re sick of them and then consider ourselves healthy till next year. Your pictures are great. . .as usual.

  7. Hi Ellen,

    My sister lives in Southeast Asia – a 40 hour plane ride. We only get to see each other about once in two or three years. But at least we have the internet… 🙂

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