December 13, 2007

Thursday Challenge - Red


Cherry Limeade. Not exactly your 'health'-drink... but when you are on vacation or on the go, they sure are a treat. I captured this one (after my daughter stole a few of the cherries) on our trip this past week. I thought I would share it for Thursday Challenge.

Enjoy! I know I did.

In case you want one for yourself, you can get them at Sonic or Dairy Queen. This one was a DQ Cherry Limeade (and it had about 8 cherries in it!). Mmmmmm.


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Isaiah5513 said...

I just slobbered all over myself. I live within walking distance of Sonic. Guess where I'll be tomorrow (payday)?

Deanna said...

This is such a pretty picture! It really is! :) It's the little things in life..YUMO!

Sarah Schreffler said...

And Red Robin around these parts

Keri said...

That makes for a pretty picture.



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