Friday, September 2, 2011

Old Mother Hubbard.

I don't think Mother Hubbard had a refrigerator but if she did it would have looked like mine after nearly three days without power.
A wonderful opportunity for a good scrubbing.

We won't starve though.  Mr LC brought these in just before supper:
One of the perks of living in the wilds of Canada.  Blackberries.



14 comments:

Makeminemidcentury said...

Are they mulberries? Or raspberries? They're a bit blue for raspberries.

The fridge is looking very clean. You had to throw out everything? That's not good.

Raine and Sage said...

Those mulberries look delicous. It looks like you're on the Hansel & Gretel diet with your forest food.

Sarah. . .myyellowhouse said...

living by candle light and roughing it for a few days sounds nice...with a few wild treats. Glad you survived!

theoldboathouse said...

Yum, thank goodness for mother nature, xx

An Urban Cottage said...

I hope they're blackberries. I hate mulberries.

Add some kale and a blender and you've got breakfast.

Razmataz said...

I hope it is back on for you!. What about water....do you have water?

Laura said...

mmm, those black berries look yummy! I'd put them on greek yogurt with honey and granola!

bobbi said...

Ohh the wilds of canada!! You make me dream.
I suspect it was Sassy who took your power off, so you wouldn't blog and write about her bad behaviors, and then she blamed the hurricane. Naughty Sassy.

Leslie said...

My fridge looks like that when my husband is on vacation! : )
Looks like black berry stew for breakfast!
Have a great sunday

Linda said...

Beautiful berries! I guess you found the silver lining of food loss...a clean fridge...

Vintage Home said...

wow I have to agree with Linda...kinda amazing around here to see an empty cllean fridge!...Glad you are all safe after Irene tho!...Sweet blog you have here!...Hello from the west coast!

the domestic fringe said...

I LOVE blackberries. Well, I guess I love all berries if you want to get technical. Sorry you lost the contents of your fridge when you lost power. That really stinks. Hope it wasn't stocked.

~FringeGirl

Rural Revival said...

Yum!

Blighty said...

Oh I love blackberries we have them growing wild here too but someone always gets there first; they also sell them in the supermarket and I refuse to buy them when I could have had them for free! xx