The Sushi Flower

We just got back from KT’s graduation ceremony a little while ago.  I’m wet, cold, tired and my feet hurt…I figured that was a great reason to blow off blogging tonight.  Yet…I don’t seem to be able to do it.  The guilt of it all! Instead of writing about the graduation (which was really fun!) I have a special gift for you. 

It’s a delightful photo of a sushi flower!


The guys as Sushi Land think my girls are really cute!

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10 Responses to The Sushi Flower

  1. terry says:

    hi, susie ~
    a hearty congratulations! you must be so happy and proud that KT has graduated! this is a wonderful milestone in your dear daughter’s life. { hug}

    and the sushi flower… it looks too pretty to eat!
    it must have been delish!

    the other night my hubby td and i were watching that show “chef in the city” and one of the challenges was to make sushi that looked like little mini pandas. i want to learn that!
    it is fun to eat food that is pretty, isn’t it?

    hope to hear more about the graduation.
    congrats again!

    hope you have a really terrific day!
    xoxo, terry

  2. Kathy Ariano says:

    Congratulations to KT and to her parents as well!

  3. Around here, on graduation days, we are usually hot, sunburned and tired!

    Love the sushi.

  4. Brandt! says:

    yeah! congrats! i’m glad you posted! yummy … sushi!

  5. Lisa says:

    It’s so pretty! I love food (especially when it’s in fun shapes!), so I was very amused. Stopping by from the tea party!

  6. Deb says:

    Hi, dropping in from the Lady Bloggers Tea Party. The flower looks gorgeous, but huge congratulations to KT! And you for supporting her and getting her through.

  7. Gina says:

    I LOVE sushi – cute pic!

    Stopping by from the Lady Bloggers Tea Party – I’m your newest follower!

    The Ish Blog

  8. jenise says:

    Stopping by from the Lady Bloggers Tea Party

  9. Mary says:

    I love your blog header. And the sushi flower…wow.

  10. Pamela says:

    so… how do you feel now? Older — astonished ??

    When my first graduated I was in disbelief.

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