Photo taken at Costco - edited to a sketch - watercolor pencils.
I walked into Costco last week to pick up a few items - a salmon, pine nuts and
olive oil (pesto season is here), healthy greens, red peppers by the bag,
breakfast berries etc . Costco is just a few minutes drive from here.
Costco, you know how to entice with your attractive offerings. . . . . .and most of
them are way over-sized when shopping for just two, but still we buy and then
spend hours rustling up recipes, cooking, freezing, because there's no space
remaining in the refrigerator to store so much fresh food!
Do you do that?
Please tell me I'm not alone.
I think I need to travel more and stay away from Costco!
However, when faced with these, I immediately knew I had a source for
this week's SCRIBBLE PICNIC theme from Michael - WATERMELON - but
that there was no way Costco could tempt me to buy one. Taking a few photos
was all I needed to do.
There aren't many foods I dislike but watermelon is one I really don't like at all.
No matter how scorching hot the summer day, I have to find other cooling
foods or beverages, the texture of a watermelon, seeds or not, just doesn't
do it for me.
Please stop over at Michael's SCRIBBLE PICNIC today - I just know there will
be some great artists who love watermelon and have sketched some beauties!
Today is my dear husband's birthday - he's requesting lunch at his favorite Thai
restaurant. Sounds perfect to me so we'll be heading out at noon for crispy chilled
summer rolls, spicy tofu Pad Thai, and that always delicious thirst quenching
Thai iced coffee - who needs a watermelon to stay cool!
Bob thanks you for the kind birthday wishes you left on my previous post -
and of course I thank you also.