The first sure sign of summer is not the summer solstice, June 21st or lightening bugs captured in a jar. It’s a juicy, sloppy, slurpy bite of ice cold watermelon. A head plant into an entire watermelon half, as pictured above, is the best way to enjoy it. You really should try it sometime. Just forget about all pretense and plunge in. Make sure you aim for the middle. When you come up for air you’ll know the true definition of “delight”.
The dictionary describes delight this way … a high degree of pleasure, enjoyment, joy or rapture. Mr. Webster must have been thinking about watermelons.
These girls just describe it with a big “YUMMMM!” Adding a long hanging - on– the –end twang to the “um” part.
Sheer delight. Summer bliss. Watermelon days are here again.
So, go feel like a kid again. Find a watermelon. Slice off a big chunk.
And take your first bite of summer. Head plants are optional.
With watermelon slurps & smiles,
Lilly, Alexa & Sophia - watermelon girls.