Sheron Cardin's Input...: How Many Berries Are there?

I have been an interior designer for over 27 years and I have always taught my clients the principles I used while decorating their home so they may enjoy decorating too. The home staging trend in residential real estate is a great way to reach more people every day and what I enjoy the most is they are learning the basics of good design through staging. It is my dream for every person to know the joy and pride of living in a decorated home.

How Many Berries Are there?

fairiesAnd jungle language...they must have had a big laugh at that one. Think how much fun they are have imagining our reactions. We deserve it though after complaining about the repetitive fruits over and over and over...I know we have started many posts requesting our graphics to be deciphered, explained, made fun of, and just plain disbelief of such babble.

And what is a lovi-lovi? Is that an appropriate word for a business network?

Try this one on for size...say Cuba libre 5 times fast and then type this graphic: calubura...sounds like you have had too many :) How many types of Fairies could there be? And insects?

berry bibleAnd all those berry-berries...have the AR gods got their hands on the Berry Bible? This could explain a lot if you ask me. I envision Matt sneaking into the public library looking for interesting word books, can't you?

I wanted to share with you what a whortleberry looks like.

whortleberry

 

 

 

 

Our graphics are just one of the many boredom busting perks here in the rain forest. Wait, is that the secret? Are these all rain forest plants, words, tribes?

 

Thank you for all the entertainment!

 

 

 

Namaste

Comment balloon 9 commentsSheron Cardin • March 01 2008 09:47PM

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I honestly have no idea what you are talking about Sheron but it made me giggle! :)
Posted by Dawna Graham (River City ReDesign & Painting) over 11 years ago

Now you are making me giggle Dawna. Okay, here is the scoop; when you comment or post you are asked to enter a word (graphic) below the window and these words used to only be fruits and an occasional veggie so we laugh with all the new words.

Of course now I get the word currant, a fruit! 

Posted by Sheron Cardin, ARTIST - A Home Stager/Sellers Best Friend! (California Moods Inc) over 11 years ago
Ok I get it now! I did notice the last few words i had to enter were fruits but I dismissed it as a cowinki. Funny thing is my word is now mate - so what topic are we on now??? Cute post and it still makes me giggle!
Posted by Dawna Graham (River City ReDesign & Painting) over 11 years ago

You are too funny and I like it! Where is the FrankenBerry?

Your friend in Charlottesville Virginia!

Posted by Charles McDonald, REALTORĀ®, Blogger, Principal BrokerĀ®, Owner (Charlottesville Real Estate Solutions) over 11 years ago
Very cute...those words do open up the imagination...bananannut??? lol
Posted by Elaine A. Cook, Bellingham Real Estate (Connect Realty.com) over 11 years ago

When I initially started reading this post, my main thought was "Wha???" When I got to whortleberry, I knew exactly what you were talking about!  And I started laughing!  Thanks for showing yet another reason to spend time in the rain!

~Renae

Posted by Renae Bolton, I'm your Professional Real Estate Marketing VA! (Marketing 4 Realtors) over 11 years ago

Renae - I like your "Wha???"

Elaine - how about goatnut!

Charles - is frankenberry related to frankincense? 

Dawna - I'm giggling too...thanks!

Posted by Sheron Cardin, ARTIST - A Home Stager/Sellers Best Friend! (California Moods Inc) over 11 years ago
Sheron, I'm still wondering what the heck a dangleberry is. I must assume its related to the dingleberry :-)
Posted by Terry Haugen STAGE it RIGHT! 321-956-2495 (Stage it Right!) over 11 years ago
I know the dingleberry well Terry and I am going to assume you have known a few yourself so maybe the dangleberry is a, well, never mind :)
Posted by Sheron Cardin, ARTIST - A Home Stager/Sellers Best Friend! (California Moods Inc) over 11 years ago

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