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Here in Virginia, the Lord gave us this past Thursday a beautiful Spring day. So, I invited Jennifer and the grandchildren over to pick cherries. Our cherries are not as sweet as the Bing Cherries found at the local grocery store, but they were still delicious. This is the first year we have gotten cherries before they became rotten or the deer ate them. It turned out to be such a wonderfully fun activity for all. Grace braved a ladder to get the cherries that were up high. The children squealed with delight and, for every cherry they collected in their bowl, they ate one. Joel, the youngest grandchild at twenty months old, ate more cherries then anyone! Jennifer brought her fancy camera, photography skills and, together with my little camera, we took some pictures of our cherry picking adventure.
"One must ask children and birds how cherries and strawberries taste." -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe