This Moment {11 January 2013}

{this moment} – A Friday ritual.

A single photo – no words – capturing a moment from the week.

A simple, special, extraordinary moment.

A moment I want to pause, savor and remember.

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If you’re inspired to do the same, leave a link to your ‘moment’ in the comments for all to find and see.

{this moment} is inspired by SouleMama.



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  1. says

    This picture reminds me on another ritual I have in my life. During the summer I have a lot of currants in my garden and I freeze a lot of them for the winter. No I have every morning some currants from my garden in my muesli.

  2. says

    Those looks so yummy! I may have to go looking for some of those here in the US. Hummm… Thanks for sharing that beautiful photo! Makes my mouth water. 😀

    • says

      I’m wondering whether you’ll like them as much as we do. These are usually sold outside school and college campuses – kids in India love them. Me – I’m a very grown up kid! 😉

  3. Myrna says

    Looks like this moment was full of sweetness. My husband just baked some cranberry bread. It was delicious. I love them too.

  4. says

    Beautiful picture and as a scrapbooker I am thinking of the ways that you could create a monthly roundup of all your single moment photos onto a scrapbooking layout!

  5. says

    Hi Corinne,

    Ah… I’m not fond of ’em to eat alone though they have amazing color. So wanna have some salt and chilli powder from you now. You have some ? 😉

    Where did you take it dear? :)


  6. says

    Was checking out from the comments if someone guessed what these are… I don’t know what cranberries are much less jujubes. When I googled it, it says it’s also called Chinese dates. I know how dates taste like. In my country, Wikipedia says it’s called little apples…I’ve yet to taste this but first, where to find it… 😛

    Thanks for sharing this BS.

      • Roshni says

        Hi Corinne, cranberries and ber are of the same family, I believe, but not quite the same. For instance, cranberries have the texture of apples whereas ber is softer. I haven’t tasted cranberries much, to tell you the truth. In the US, cranberries are generally made into a sauce with a ton of sugar, and I don’t like that at all!!

  7. jan says

    Ah the fruit, I love it, beautiful colors and looking so inviting. I don’t think I have ever had them, but I’d sure like to give them a try.

  8. says

    We just ended eating a plateful of these Corinne!

    I like them sprinkled with a little salt/pepper or chat masala, though it does get tiring to have them for long at times for those who don’t like it. :) Nevertheless, it’s always nice to see them around when in season.

    Nice to have you back as well. :)

    • says

      We had them with salt and chilli powder, Harleena. I’m having them after years – the first time since I left college – and that was aeons ago. I know what you mean about them getting tiring with all those pits! :)

  9. Mary Hudak-Collins says

    Oh Corinne…are these cranberries??? I love them and would love to have a basket full like this :) Have a great weekend!

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