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Monday, July 20, 2009

Three or More Tuesday…Sundaes

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Welcome to Three or More Tuesday hosted by the lovely Tam  at http://gypsycorner.blogspot.com  Please visit the link to see the other participants’ posts. 

Hi Guys!  I hope this qualifies as 3 or more!  Surely it does!  It’s been very hot here and I thought I’d surprise my three babies.  They’re really not babies but they’re my babies.   IMG_3627 

Don’t they look soo yummy?  Plus, you know strawberries are good for you! IMG_3628

Come on by and I’ll make a sundae just for you!   Have a great Tuesday y’all!

Sandra

22 comments:

Melissa Miller said...

Sandra you are such a sweet mom! They look delicious. Is it bad to say I want to eat all three? LOL!

Thanks for you kind words tonight. I hope you order a tassel soon. They are so fun and make you feel so pampered. They are so detailed!

Have a wonderful evening.
~Warmly, Melissa :)

marty39 said...

Oh, they do look so good. We have been eating strawberry shortcake like crazy. The berries are so good this year. I would love one please. Hugs, Marty

Ashley ~ said...

OMG, that sundae looks SO GOOD*!!! I don't have any ice cream in the freeze at the moment, but I do have some big red strawberries, so guess where I'm headed*? Straight to the fridg*!
((smile) _Ashley*

Lori E said...

Well lets see you have dairy...good, fruit...good and is that chocolate syrup? Well the cocoa bean is considered a vegetable right.
Very healthy.

Bill said...

Hi Sandra,
Those look beyond scrumptious! Beautiful photography too!

And thank you so much for the nice comment! I always love hearing from you ...
Bye for now,
Bill

Lisa said...

Can I come over to your house? LOL They look yummy!

Really Rainey said...

Oh My gosh! I have to stop reading the posts now and go get some dessert! Those look Fantastic!
Have a great week!
~Really Rainey~

Chris said...

What a great way to cool off! I haven't had breakfast & noe I want a sundae...

Why not?

Have a wonderful Tuesday! Chris

♥Itajeff♥ @Something To Share said...

Looks delicious..
Have a nice day


♥Ita♥

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hi Sandra!
Update on Amy! The doctors came in, they talked to Amy and were finally able to get the IV started. Ladies we start praying, it will be 2 more hours now, Amy is back in the procedure room. The Dr.s like to use the artery on the right side of the groin, but Amy had cancer there at the age of 10 and there is scar tissue there, so it may not be possible on the right side and they may have to go to the left. Debbie said that Amy was hesterical this morning, but after talking to the Dr. she had calmed down. The Dr. said they will occlude the corotid artery for 30 minutes, if she shows no sign of a stroke then she will be scheduled for surgery, if at any time in those 30 minutes if she shows a sign of stroke, then the surgery will not be possible. We have jumped the first hurdle with prayer, we move on to the second. Thank you so much for loving our family, Sherry

Stacey said...

Hi Sandra! What a good idea. Your sundaes look delicious. :)

I understand about the babies. Mine are 19 and 17. They will always be my babies!

Queenmothermamaw said...

Hello Sandra, thanks for stopping by my neck of the woods. I am always happy to meet a new blogger. I am partial to Texas, also, since my oldest son works in Austin for IBM and lives out side Austin. I have been there several times and to San Antonio. I would hope to go further west sometime or further south to the Mexican influence. Religion and culture are two of my favorite subjects, which really explains people to us. Blessings
QMM

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Dear Sweet Sandra:
Update on Amy. She has PASSED the test. Yes, she has PASSED the test. The Dr. said her little vessels looked so good and she had such a wonderful blood flow. While the balloon was inflated she showed no signs at all of a stroke. They injected some die at the time the balloon was in there, and she is on her way for a scan of sorts to double check the brain and make sure there is no sign of a stroke. This is more or less a double check. She told Debbie, "No more tests Mom, no more tests." The Dr. said he saw no reason why she should not have the surgery, but would talk with them after this scan. Debbie did get to see Amy on her way to the next test, and she was teary eyed but glad it was over, and Praise God she PASSED. Keep up the prayers as they are so working. God Bless you, Love Sherry

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Sandra, these look so delicious. Oh my!!!!!!!

Hugs, Barb

Manuela@Pleasures of Homemaking said...

Oh My Gosh! Those look soooo yummy! I love sundaes - almost had one Saturday but my husband talked me out of it!

Manuela

blushing rose said...

Whoa! Sandra ... I'm on my WAY!!! Those looks scrumptious! TY for the invite. Chuckle!

TY for your sweet note, Sandra ... I do love that room. TTFN ~Marydon

Kim said...

I would love a sundae right now. It's been triple digits here in southern California. But I will be a good girl & take a dip in my pool instead.

Kathy said...

UUUUmmmmm. So refreshing...xoxo~Kathy~ Up-North...

mythoughtsmyvoice said...

Eeeeekkkk this is what you call a triple delight! Sundae with chocolate hot fudge - yummy indeed!

Li

Brenda said...

Those look so good! I just had sliced strawberries on my cereal.
Brenda

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Sandra thank you so much for stopping by, and thank you for loving my poem. I am not really very good, but sometimes my heart just tells me what to write and the words just seem to flow. Amy hasn't read it yet, and neither has Debbie. They got home late and were so tired. Sometime today. The test was in Okla City which is about a 2 1/2 drive from where they live. The hospital released Amy last night, as having no insurance and being on state assistance, they could so no reason to keep her. She really needed the fluids they were able to give her yesterday, as she is so dehydrated. I am so grateful to God, he is a wonderful giving Father, and he gave us just what we asked for, because we asked so nicely. Thanks for your prayers. I will always be beholding to you. Country Hugs, Sherry

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Oooooh, these look good!

XO,

Sheila :-)