I LOVE Cherries

Sure, I am a huge fan of watermelon….image thumb1 I LOVE Cherries

But, cherries definitely battle them for first place. This week I went to Costco multiple times in search of cherries and they didn’t have them. Boo.bIMG 5623 600x800 thumb I LOVE Cherries

Finally today my beloved cherries were there!!! I got a little too happy sharing my excitement with my fellow shoppers. Luckily, I was able to snag a big box of them before I was escorted out of the store.IMG 5619 600x800 thumb I LOVE Cherries

I know I run this love of watermelon and cherries into the ground. But this is a food blog and if it was nutritionally sound I would only eat these 2 foods forever. The only reason I don’t is because they’re only IN SEASON NOW. So I eat a whole year’s worth in 2 months days.imagine a giant network of information filled with cat macros and nothing else thumb I LOVE Cherries(nataliedee.com)

I ate some on the way home and potentially stained my car seats, face, teeth, shirt and Vegas when I home and petted him. Totally worth it.IMG 5621 600x800 thumb I LOVE Cherries

I hope Ben doesn’t read RER today because they will be gone by the time he gets home.IMG 5625 600x800 thumb I LOVE Cherries

Pictures are definitely deceiving when it comes to food blogging. This bowl bucket contains a whole heart of romaine, 2 tomatoes, 1big bell pepper, a veggie burger, almonds and toppings. IMG 5628 800x600 thumb I LOVE Cherries

Objects in picture are bigger than they appear.IMG 5626 800x600 thumb I LOVE Cherries

Flashback Friday! Last year at this time Ben and I just moved back from Maryland to California (home).maryland run thumb I LOVE Cherries

I was so happy to leave MD, but I have to admit I miss it. I really look back on our year out there as great. I can’t really know, but I think I would have done things different if I could do it all over.

Also, one year ago yesterday I had an awesome run. I need to get back to that!

Running in the News: Kara Goucher and others don’t wait until after they retire from running to make babies. – This article is super inspiring since I’m convinced life is over when you get knocked up.

And this tiny little lady is getting ready for the Hotdog Eating Contestimage thumb2 I LOVE CherriesCould you take her?

Now I need to pack up for our road trip! Ben, me and my bro and his GF are headed north up the coast, but we’re playing the details by ear.

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Comments

  1. says

    July I’m going to California! You should have a blog-stalker meetup! I’m tall, but I’m harmless.

    Don’t be convinced life is over once you’re knocked up … that’s why God makes teenagers- so they can babysit while you go out.

    • says

      Don’t be convinced life is over once you’re knocked up … that’s why God makes teenagers- so they can babysit while you go out. < – Thanks :) Every comment in favor of babies helps Ben’s case.

  2. says

    I am just as nuts about cherries – in fact, I spent over $8 on them 5 days ago at the store & they are almost gone. I am the only one in our house that eats them, too. ;)

    I might be able to win a cherry-eating contest. ;)

    Kim

  3. says

    Life is far from over after having kids. It just makes things more complicated, but it is totally doable; and worth it! (That is just my opinion) That article is really inspiring!

  4. says

    Two things: 1) We are no longer food opposites! I love cherries and watermelon SO much. I would live on them too!!
    2) Didn’t know you were from MD….I’m from Alexandria VA! What city are u from?

  5. says

    Have you ever had rainier cherries? They’re so good I have to tie the bag shut so I don’t eat them on the way home! I may or may not have eaten platic while trying to get at them at a stoplight.
    You should hit me up if you drive by slo on your road trip, I’ll take you to some of my favorite wineries!

  6. Shannon says

    Must say I am jealous that you have been able to move back to California! I’m out here in Maryland and will be for at least another 7-8 years before we can even think of moving back to my beloved state. So enjoy for me please:)

  7. says

    Why have I not yet eaten any watermelon or cherries? Delicious!

    I can’t even imagine leaving my hometown to live somewhere else. Oregon rocks too much.

  8. Amy says

    I developed a weird food allergy in adulthood that prevents me from eating cherries raw, but man, I love them!

    As for motherhood, I’ve got a 2 year old. Life doesn’t end, but it sure is different. Scheduling runs, especially long marathon training runs, takes a lot more effort. On a positive note, there are days when getting out and running, even when I don’t want to, turns into some nice “me” time. Hey, you’ve got to take it when you can! :)

  9. says

    Cherries and watermelon are amazing, you are right to think so. Maybe I’ve eaten more than half a watermelon since Wednesday. Like one of the GIANT ones. It’s addicted. I forgot to comment yesterday but I was super glad that my friends and I are not the only ones to go to a froyo place once, but have to go through the line and pay twice. I really hope you weren’t joking about that. Additionally, waiting until you get home, or even leave the store, to eat your groceries, is for losers.

  10. Ida says

    I feel the same way about raspberries- I eat SO many during the summer when they’re in season and not crazy $$.
    I dont think I would do well at a hot dog eating contest, but I do think it would be kind of fun to try a pie-eating one, with no hands allowed.

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