Sunday, September 8, 2013

i remember



a sidewalk stove
chubby hands make believe
sun- baked pies








linked with K's remember challenge.

20 comments:

  1. Yes, to those sun-baked pies ~ (Add more petals and leaves, smiles)

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  2. So sweet... never done it, but can sure understand the joy of playing with clay and mud.

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  3. ha. yes we make mud pies as well..yours seem a bit better formed than mine though...smiles....i never actually tasted one though...smiles.

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  4. I remember making mudpies when I was little, this is so charming =)

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  5. I love how you use make believe here with no hyphen so that the word make works like both a verb of making the pie and like make-believe and like making one believe, and a lovely internal rhyme with sun-baked too. Thanks for joining in. k.

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    1. I like that you noticed, K. I love your prompt.

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    1. :-) It's always cool to be complimented by those you admire. Thanks, T.

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  7. Oh gosh, I remember doing that. Me and my friend the little girl next door, with our mud pie bakery!

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  8. Both your links evoke much in a few lines. Looks delicious :).

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  9. nothing better than a decent pie made of mud-- smiles-- some childhood magic in this

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  10. So simple and brief but a HUGE part of childhood as I think we did this every summer growing up..till we were too old for make believe ;)

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  11. Oh, I remember baking those pies!!!

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  12. !! Perfect words and wow... a nice mud pie!

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  13. Love the photo and mud pies! That is a lot of fun there!

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  14. Oh my goodness, I'd almost forgotten how I used to spend hours making mud pies. They were the best.

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  15. Mud pies how cute, mine were a lot more runny. I am laughing.

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  16. Photo is much better than mine. Chose it because it's what I wish I had made. lol

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