Limes, Glorious Limes


This lime just inspired me to blog about one of God’s amazing creations.  Limes!  All 5 senses get involved when it comes to the perfect lime, like this one.  First, let’s talk sight!  Have you ever seen any shade of green more vibrant than on a lime.  I love it so much that I have the walls in a bathroom in my house this color. It’s a happy color!  Calming. Refreshing.

Secondly, let’s talk smell. Aromatic to say the least.  Intoxicating would be another word I’d use to describe the smell, but mostly limes smell of freshness. 

As far as sound goes… just imagine the gentle squeeze of a slice or two.  Juice cascading into a refreshing glass of sweet tea. You can hear the squeeze of a half lime over the top of some delicious Mexican dish. (OK, maybe that’s stretching it a little  bit.) You get the idea!

Touch.  Bumpy or smooth outside. Acidic inside.  Watch out if you’ve  got a cut or scrape on your hand.

Lastly, Taste. Tart but flavorful. Tangy citrus. Adds such a delectable  flavor to foods and drinks unlike other citrus, such as lemons or oranges.

Who knew you could find so much to say about this little  green citrus fruit! Try one today.  You’ll  be refreshed.

About theneatandeatlife

Wife, Mother of 3, Nana to one beautiful grandson, Early Childhood Professional, Lover of dogs (especially dachshunds), Professional Organizer, Musician and now a small business owner of Pellows-handmade pillows. I firmly believe in my tag above, that everyone has something to offer the world and after being on this planet for over half a century, I’d like to share my offerings.
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