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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Summer's Bounty

"Summer has come and passed..." Well, my boy sings this song by Green Day a lot this summer by practicing plucking it on guitar. Indeed, summer has ended and these kinds of fruits we love are going to last pretty soon. Rainy season has begun and I'm warmly welcoming it with the change of temperature it brings.

My kids have truly enjoyed the fresh lychees, mangosteen, rambutan, lanzones and their most favorite. Guess what is it? It's the fruit that smells like hell but tastes like heaven - Durian. These are one of the great things beautiful summer offers.

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14 comments:

chubskulit said...

Oh my gosh, you are blessed sis kasi available lahat ng masarap na fruit dyan sa inyo hehehe. Love your daughter's smile. Kumusta ang situation dyan sis okay na ba?

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HOOTIN' ANNI said...

What a plentiful basket of summer goodies!!

AND....I have to add the girl's smile is so very sweet.

My Ruby Tuesday is RED ROSES for a Blue Gent!! I do hope you can drop in for a visit; if you have the time.

nice A said...

@chubskulit, yes the situation here has been stabilized. Thanks for stopping by, sis.

Vernz said...

oo nga ano, kapitbahay lang talaga tayo, dami din mangosteen dito sa Davao...pero malaka-laka lang ang longgan...

Hiya tuloy ako, napost ko na yung video... ahihihi...

Manang Kim said...

I so missed this kind of fruit, this are all delish! Happy Tuesday!

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Lynda Howells said...

great images for Ruby Tuesday Imagesx Cute little girlx lynda
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Jama said...

All my favorite fruits!

nice A said...

@Anni, thanks for your sweet comment and for stopping by.

@Vernz, yes, Davao, Gensan and other provinces in Mindanao have durian, rambutan and mangosteen except longgan and lychees. So we're enjoying them here especially during summer as most of them are seasonal except durian which can be produced any season of the year although not plenty. Thanks for coming by.

Dhemz said...

oh mama mia...that's plenty! pede pahingi te...pede na yung rambutan...ehehehhe.....:)

hahhaha...natatawa ako sa sinabi mo te..."smells like hell but it taste like heaven",...hehehehhe....nakakamiss ang durian....yumyum!

RoseBelle said...

I LOVE durian. Only my mom and I in the family can eat it and everyone goes into hiding when we cut the fruit up. I tried mangosteen in my city, not that great because we only have frozen ones shipped from Asian countries. The fruit basket looks sooo yummy!

EG Wow said...

The only one of those fruits I recognize is the lychee, which I sometimes see fresh in out local shops. I agree thaey are very tasty!

nice A said...

Thanks to all who have visited. I'm pretty much busy but I will visit you back soon.

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Wonderful fruit photos here - I like the face posed behind the basket handle.
Cheers.
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nice A said...

Thanks everyone for following on despite my long absence. I'll be back with my updates and with my visits soon. I miss you all...

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