Every morning from my garden. Enough for my breakfast, enough for a smoothie, enough for the freezer over the course of a few weeks.
I have to get out there every morning, preferably before 9:00, to stay ahead of the birds. There's usually more than I think there will be, so I stretch out my shirt to hold them as I continue to pick. I have also been picking a blueberry or two each morning. Usually the blueberries and strawberries do not overlap, with the blueberries typically ripening in late May to early June. We've been so warm/hot and dry this spring everything is a month or more ahead of normal. We had a record high yesterday of 91 degrees and we are 8 inches below normal rainfall for this year (quite a change from the record flooding of last April and May here along the Mississippi). Unwatered fields and grass are starting to look like they do in July!
Linking toHouse in the Roses; Tuesday Garden Party