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rainier cherries :: 'mouse

The showoff goddess in charge of Washington State is now giving out candy to attract attention to herself.

    TAGS:  cherries, goodies, show-off

Boxes of chocolate would not contain elaborate diagrams that flag each and every piece; we would have just two labels for chocolates: “Edible” and “Chocolate-Covered Cherries”.

    TAGS:  chocolate, cherries, warnings, fillings

The first mention of the early cherries of springtime was uttered today and, at its whispered name, Becky began to stir.

    TAGS:  Becky the Harlequin, harlequin, cherries, fly

“Dear,” said the late-season cherry, “we’re going to be late, and, no, I don’t think the watermelon makes you look fat.”

    TAGS:  fruit, cherries, fat, watermelon

“Go ahead, enjoy your late-autumn harvest festival,” snickered the Australian, eating a handful of fresh cherries.

    TAGS:  Australia, Autumn, cherries

Summer is just around the corner when I can sense the season of fruit calling.

    TAGS:  mangoes, fruit, berries, cherries, Summer, seasons

cherry, cherry :: 'mouse

Little Bear looked at the broken branches, the shredded birdnet and the bear footprints in the mud and realized the farmer was not going to blame the birds this time, but with a satisfied cherry-scented burp, he decided that was a problem to be dealt with next year.

    TAGS:  Little Bear, cherries, oops, I can't believe I ate the whole thing

anger management :: 'mouse

Repeatedly stung by the new electric fence around the cherry orchard, Little Bear was in a foul mood as he shredded the aluminum skin of the panel van, but his anger vanished as he soothed his tender nose in two dozen flats of cherries someone had conveniently boxed up for him.

    TAGS:  Little Bear, anger, cherries


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