Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – #Family – Berry Delightful by Norah Colvin

I’m having a delicious time over at Sally’s this week, sharing my post about berries. Won’t you join me?

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This is the third post from the archives of Norah Colvin and this week she shares her childhood memories of mulberries and her flash fiction that week in 2017 in response to the Carrot Ranch Literary Community – In 99 words (no more, no less) include music and berries. It can be fantastical, such as the music of berries or a story that unfolds about a concert in a berry patch. Go where the prompt leads.

Berry Delightful by Norah Colvin

mulberries

What is your favourite berry?

Which berries make your taste buds sing?

When I was a child, there was a huge Mulberry tree growing in the backyard of one of our neighbours who was kind enough to allow access to the multitude of children in our family. Each summer the tree would be laden with fruit and we would pull at its branches to gather as much as…

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  2. calmkate

    Nice one Norah … we had access to a neighbours ancient mulberry tree but we climbed the branches and bounced about while the berries fell into old sheets … we didn’t leave any for the birds! Interested to read about those other fruits and veg that would be classified as berries.

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    1. Norah Post author

      Mulberry trees are great to climb in, aren’t they? (That’s actually a ‘were’ for me. 🙂 )
      Sheets were a great way of collecting the fruit. I do feel sorry for the birds though. 🙂
      I found the information about fruit, vegetables and berries fascinating. I’m pleased you enjoyed it too, Kate.

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