Strawberries all day!

img_9275After picking up a half-flat of mouthwatering roadside strawberries yesterday, we have been eating them all day! They topped our breakfast cereal and granola. We later had them on top of waffles with freshly whipped cream. And tonight I made a cake, which won’t even finish baking until tomorrow! But I enjoyed playing Tetris with the fruit!

Today’s #OneGoodThing with Mama was strawberries all day! What was your #OneGoodThing today? Please share in the comments! And remember, kindness is everything!

Day 163 of 365. And Now Totaling 1,990 Days In A Row. Here’s the first 366 and the following 365, as well as year three, year four, and year five of #OneGoodThing Daily!

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  1. Nothing to do with today’s post, Gabriana, though we’ve been having strawberries too. My wife made a strawberry pavlova yesterday for her birthday party. No, what I want to ask you is, do you remember the name of the young lady who served at the Taverna al Remer? I keep forgetting names. Does your Mama remember me?

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    • I’m so intrigued by the strawberry pavlova!!! I’ve always wanted to make a pavlova since I saw one being made by Ina Garten on tv many years ago. Was it difficult to make? Happy birthday to your wife!!!

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      • The pavlova is not very difficult to make. She just follows the instructions in the recipe. They involve leaving the meringue in the oven as it cools down overnight.Then pile cream on top, then strawberries. But no answer to my question?

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      • I answered your question in another thread. Her name is Sev, short for Severine. She’s a good friend. I think she’s moved back to France. And yes, mama remembers you!

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  2. When I was a student at UC, Berkeley, my Papa often sent me a short note written on a 3X5 card: “for strawberries.” Enclosed was a $5 bill. I have continued that tradition over the years by gifting my sons and grandsons with a $100 bill and a short note, “for strawberries, in Dyado’s memory.” Just this past week, my sister celebrated her 63rd birthday and I sent her the same: $100 bill and “for strawberries.” She called and mentioned that our Papa used to send her a $20 bill while she was a student at Cal. So, strawberries inspire special memories in our family.

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