This is it. The last week in our Twelve Weeks of Summer series. We've reached the end of our seasonal road together, and now it is time to turn our attention towards the fast-approaching fall. Who's excited?
This week I shared several things on the blog that I hope you will find helpful as we enter the back-to-school season (scroll down for post links).
This is also the final week of our summer menu at Hurley House (Pork Tacos, we will miss you!), our final Craft Camp, and our final week of banana pudding. Can you smell the sharp pencils and new crayons? I can!
Best Cocktail Cherries
Cherries and cocktails are kind of kissing cousins. They go hand in hand, and this list is a great resource for how to make the best of both.
Adorable clip from The Land Before Time
God bless The Land Before Time. It is such a poignant childhood memory for me. I even had the sheet music for the theme song and would play and sing it on our family piano. I love it so much.
Cherries and Cherry Pits
Need a cute book for your little one? Check out this beautifully illustrated children's story called Cherries and Cherry Pits. I love giving children's books for birthday gifts, and this one would be a keeper for sure.
Fun Facts about Cherries
It is likely that George Washington did not cut down a cherry tree.
The average cherry tree holds 7,000 cherries.
A cherry tree can be harvested in 7 seconds!
Japanese Cherry Blossom Trees do not bear fruit.