Pink Lemonade for two

Two jars of pink lemonade
are for two people who are joined at the hip and glued at the lips.

Two jars of pink lemonade
are for two people who have date night in a combine harvesting corn til 3am.

Two jars of pink lemonade
are for two people sittin’ on a porch talkin’ ’bout the future.

Two jars of pink lemonade
are for the last few days of summertime. 

I shared photos of this year’s corn harvest on Instagram. Harvesting corn at night before the rains roll in is eerie and romantic all at once.  I highly recommend taking a ride in a combine with a sexy farmer.  It might lead to this:

Photo by Wrenn Pacheco of Wrenn Bird Photography

 


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Pink Lemonade for two
 
Makes 2 jars.
Ingredients
  • 12 fresh cherries, pitted
  • 2 whole lemons
  • ¼ cup sugar
Instructions
  1. Place 6 cherries in the bottom of each jar and muddle with the handle of a wooden spoon. Break them up very well to release all the juice.
  2. Squeeze the juice of a lemon into each jar on top of the cherries. You should get approximately 3-4 tablespoons of juice.
  3. Next, dissolve ¼ cup sugar in ½ cup water on medium heat in a sauce pan. Once it has dissolved, let cool for 5 minutes.
  4. Divide the sugar water between the jars, then fill the rest with cold water. Shake and enjoy!

 

 

 

Comments

  1. Erin R. says

    My gosh, what a beautiful photo. I mean, wow. Breathtaking.

    Also, I had no idea it was so easy to make cherry lemonade! On it like a cheap suit. Thanks.

  2. Taylor says

    Your engagement photos are just beautiful! I’m sure you’ve been told this before, but you look a lot like Alexis Bledel. Beautiful couple!

  3. says

    So after you liking so many of my Instagram pictures and me liking yours I had to check out your blog! I had already seen your pictures by Wrenn on her Facebook page and didn’t even know it was you. Can’t wait to ready more.
    crystalcattle.com

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