Thursday, April 19, 2012

Out in the desert
my sisters await fry bread
tis my photo op

Luckily for me I have two wonderful sisters.
We get together as often as we can.
Sometimes we go on road trips far and wide,
hike canyons, visit ruins, go to old churches,stop at casino's,
go down water slides, visit antique shops,
try on hats
and whenever possible
we stop for fry bread.

Haiku my heart


  1. Very nice Gemma. Love the Haiku and love that fry bread. Nice post.

  2. dear gemma,

    your post is so full of the joy of life and sisterhood!
    love love love the sheer goodness of it all!

  3. I know what you mean!
    I have two sisters, and we always have good times when we are together.
    Enjoy them and hold them close, they are precious.

  4. How lovely that you have such a great relationship with your sisters, Gemma. Something to treasure for sure.

    I never had the opportunity to try it in the States but I'd heard that Indian Frybread is delicious!

  5. How wonderful Gemma,
    I can't imagine anything better than having that kind of a relationship with a sister. I am so happy for you!
    You look great together!

  6. Three sisters on a journey for fry bread. Sounds mighty fun to me.

  7. I have 2 sisters too.
    I never, or hardly ever get to see them.
    Sisters are one of the best inventions-ever!
    And fry bread? never had it, but how could any bread be bad?

  8. Happy times, Gemma. I just had a fry bread taco yesterday for the first time in years and years. Soooooo good. Decades ago, making fry bread was a regular experience in my kitchen. I'll have to try it again. It's the best comfort food.