L Is For Lemonade

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I always wanted to have a lemonade stand when I was a kid. I saw them on television and read about them in books and it seemed like the perfect enterprise for a child. However, when you live on a farm with your closest neighbour almost a mile away, it doesn’t allow for much foot traffic. Even as a little girl I understood the value of location, location, location.

I have one now. It sits in front of my show room so that anyone who passes by can pick up a cool, refreshing glass to parch their thirst. I also have one at home on the pier. And I set up another to take this photo. A girl can never have too many shoes or too many lemonade stands, you know 😉

Pretty stuff I’m showing off:

Dress: . a i s l i n g . Laura Dress / Yellow by Druunah Esharham (available at The Seasons Story – Spring April 2014)
Shoes: [Gos] Mae Platform – Nude by Gospel Voom
*Necklace: Cae :: Pemberley :: Necklace by Caelan Hancroft
*Earrings: Cae :: Pemberley :: earrings by Caelan Hancroft
Hair: “”D!va”” Hair “Elsa” (Type-A)(Garnet) by Marisa Kira (available at The Seasons Story – Spring April 2014)
Skin: [PXL] Creations [PXL] JADE NAT PetalPink MEB C2 by Hart Larsson
Hands: Slink Mesh Hands (av) Casual by Siddean Munro
Hand appliers:[PXL] Creations – [ PXL ] Slink Hand Appliers NAT by Hart Larsson
Eyes: Amacci Gaze Eyes – Ocean Blue by Carina Larsen
Lashes: Mon Cheri *MC* “Falsies” Eyelash by Freya Oliveri

Lemonade stand & accessories: {what next) Garden Cafe Lemonade Table Set by FrankLee Anatra
Gazebo: Cheeky Pea :CP: Salcombe Gazebo by Isla Gealach
Sofa: Cheeky Pea :CP: Salcombe Sofa by Isla Gealach
Rug: Cheeky Pea :CP: Salcombe Rug by Isla Gealach
Pouffe: Cheeky Pea :CP: Salcombe Pouffe by Isla Gealach
Flowers & trees from HPMD* by Sasaya Kayo

Pose: aDORKable Poses: Bam 4 by Adorkable Peapod

Photo taken using the LumiPro HUD

15 thoughts on “L Is For Lemonade

      1. Yes, they are a little high. Then again I have noticed a spike in prices for many things. It used to be so much fun when you found all colors of an item for sale as one grouping instead of what I’m seeing now. I normally don’t hold back if I want something, though I am a bit more selective these days.

      2. I guess the fact they are copy makes it worth it. I really hate that so many garden creators make their items no copy. I can’t live without my beach grass from Kidd, and although it is no copy, there are quite a few of each style in the box. But if I make the change to grass, I’ll be spending a fortune at HPMD, I’m sure!

      3. Just depends on the grass you want.. there are lots of grasses out there.. I’ve played with many.

  1. Creators should offer discounts to people (bloggers) who promote their products. I visited Collabor (first time) today…after yesterdays post, and bought my self two tops and a pair of leggings. That top sure is ‘kinky’ 🙂 I wear a bikini under mine.

    1. Most creators have chosen bloggers they give review copies to. Others will just drop items on bloggers they like. One hair store – I think it’s LeLutka – will refund 50% of the cost of hair for bloggers if you send the creator a link to the blog post. lol but I think if creators gave away their stuff to every blogger who uses their stuff would be out of business in a hurry 😉

  2. I can so easily picture you as a kid with a lemonade stand. Not only as a kid I realize now. You, lemonade stand that just works. I love this picture and the post 🙂

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