Saturday, May 29, 2010

Pink Saturday

Time for another Pink Saturday with Beverly and all her pink bloggers! Today is the 2nd anniversary of this celebration and I cheer all of you with an ice cold smoothie made with fresh Louisiana strawberries, mangoes, and orange juice!!

Our strawberries are really sweet and the season is much longer than it used to be. Here I have a whole tray frozen and ready to put up for future use, smoothies or ice cream. Aren't they pretty against that blue pan?

I didn't participate last weekend but did sneak in during the week and found a wonderful blog added to the list, Two Crazy Crafters. Great projects with the vintage look that I love!! Have fun hopping around to visit and have a wonderful pink week!!


Tricia said...

I always LOVED Louisianna strawberries and this smoothie looks wonderful. Loved browsing over your blog. Your grandchildren are soooo cute. Sorry to hear about your Mom. Must be very sad right now. She seems like a delightful woman. Loved the pic with her crown.


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Beverly said...

Happy Pink Saturday, dear Sue. We've been pinking together almost the entire two years. Thank you for everything you do to make Pink Saturday special.

Yum! I'll be right over for my smoothie. It looks pretty and refreshing.

I have you in my prayers.

Ann said...

Strawberries are the best!!!Your's look yummy. I'm growing them too this year--Ive made several ice cream sundies--so good, Happy PS

Say It With Roses said...

If there is a knock on your door, it is me coming for a smoothie! That made my mouth water....Isn't this a wonderful season with strawberries and more fruits to come? I wait all winter for this!

I am sorry about your Mom and I am full understanding. I lost mine 13years ago and while the acute pain is gone, the missing is not!
Happy Pink Saturday!

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

Oh, I'm so glad I stopped by. I needed that smoothy to wash down all the cake I've eaten today at everyones Pink Saturday Parties. The strawberries have really been good this year in Texas, too.

Two Crazy Crafters is one of the neatest blogs around, and they have such special scrapbook and crafting posts. They are also so generous with there vintage images. I love their blog, too.

Come on by CollectInTexas Gal for some calorie free cake.

A Write Life said...

Yum! Thanks for sharing. Happy pink day.

Pat said...

That looks like a very refreshing beverage - especially this time of year!

Happy PS Birthday!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Yummy! Don't mind if I have another smoothie!!



Sweet Bee Cottage said...

What a delicious looking smoothie and your frozen strawberries look like they came right out of the pages of a magazine. Too cute in their blue pan.

kay ellen said...

Happy Pink Strawberry Saturday!!

Have a great weekend:)

Kay Ellen

caren said...

Oh, YUM!!! Looks fantastic. Happy Pink Saturday to you.

Anonymous said...

Happy Pink Saturday! Love your pics! Hope to see you at my blog sometime! XX

Pat said...

Sue, I can't find an email address for you, thus my reply to your comment here. Some of the smudges are not really smudges, but part of the design I drew. If I transfer using film, I remove the film before the medium dries. If transfer is on paper and being applied to a substrate, I let the medium dry (after burnishing well) before I remove the paper using water - make sense? 'hope so!

Annesphamily said...

That smoothies sounds so delightful! HPS Birthday to you too! Anne

Nan said...

Well these berries look just lovely on that aqua tray. Happy Pink Saturday a little late.
Take Care

AnyoneCanQuilt said...

That smoothie looks sooooo delicious! I'm trying to grow some strawberries here in Oregon, a few started to get red and I think the birds got to them. But I'll keep trying! x

Anonymous said...

I enjoy looking at your blog mother. However, I don't know what push you need to start my invitations. I promise to go visit while you make them! Love you! xoxo
PS, can I have some of those strawberries?

kayellen said...

OK sweetie, you won my prize!! From Pink Satruday!!

Stop by and say hi and email me your address:)

Kay Ellen

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I'm a stay at home mom of four adult children. I've always been interested in creating and have been sewing since I was a young girl. Everyone loves lagniappe. It's the little extra things in life that make it special, whether it's a sweet, sticky kiss from a child or a great cajun cup of coffee.