Tuesday, January 12, 2010

little bowl of sunshine




By the end of last week I'd had more than enough days of sub-zero temperatures and snow drifts. So, I took matters into my own hands. I bought a pineapple. A fresh pineapple. Cut it up and made myself a little bowl of sunshine.


I felt better after having a few slices of nature's candy. Tasted just like summer.


What do you do when you've had your fill of winter?

9 comments:

cheryl said...

That fresh pineapple looks so good!

Lately when I've walked into the grocery store, I've been craving fruits and vegetables. I think it's because I'm dehydrated from all the dry air, especially from sitting in front of my bff space heater!

Yeah, I think fresh fruit helps one survive winter. And - a pineapple a day keeps the scurvy away!

dmoms said...

complain. like it rained here all day yesterday and is raining this morning. oh, and take vitamin D.

pineapple = yum.

Di said...

As bad as they are, Tanning Bed!!! I don't stay in long, or go everyday but man they really do help. Psychologists recommend them or grow bulbs in lights for people with seasonal affected disorder... so i've been told.

Amy said...

There is nothing like a little bowl of sunshine. I am on an orange kick lately and they make me so happy!! Pineapple is so yummy too!

Michelle said...

I never get tired of winter....I know, I know...I'm weird. But I just love it...

I hear Vitamin D is helpful...

Pass the pineapple!

Minnie said...

That's funny, I actually splurged on some awesome cucs and maters this weekend for a salad.

blueskyhi said...

Yum, both pineapple and mango just yell summer. My fruit bowl is filled with summer fruits.

I usually whinge about winter but I think instead I'll just be grateful I don't having snow and ice now instead.

mer@lifeat7000feet said...

That looks delicious!!!

I live in Colorado and winter seems to last a long time here. Thankfully we have lots of warm, sunny days mixed in between the snow/cold. When we do I try to get ouside and enjoy! It makes it all a little more tolerable.

Beegirl said...

Good for you! Looks so yummy. Fresh pineapple always makes me feel like I am on vacation. It's warm (40 degrees woo-hoo) and wonderful this weekend!!