Doing the last grocery shopping for Christmas dinner dessert — strawberries for the pineapple strawberry trifle…love the festive colours…
Hopefully, I’ll get a picture of it before it gets devoured!
Enjoy your holiday preparations, however simple or complicated they may be!
10 thoughts on “A simple sailboat Christmas…No. 23”
I’m in catch-up mode. This is so sweet! The brush is so perfect … and it is all so simple!
So good to see something fresh and juicy at this time of year. Merry Christmas to you both and to Charles and Angus too. Enjoy your day!
We’re in Florida, Sandra, so we got our strawberries from Plant City! They’re lovely. Thanks for your visit and have a wonderful Christmas!
Merry Christmas Sherry! I’m envious of your time on your vessel. I miss ours. Unfortunately, we never got to spend as much time as you are aboard. Be safe and enjoy your time at sea (or the dock)!
Red and green are so good together, especially in these soft shades! I can’t help wondering where strawberries in December come from! Trifle is one of my favourite desserts and yours sounds delicious!
That trifle sounds delicious and I bet it’s beautiful once assembled…hope we get to see it!
Beautiful red for Christmas, Merry Christmas on your boat.
Sure sounds yummy to me, Sherry!
They do look festive and I love how you worked the brushes in there…I guess I’m going to have to wait until the first of the year to get back into my lessons. It’s o.k. though…I’ll get there eventually…
Yes, do a photo before you get into it.
Nice! And hey, you’ve reminded me: I have some of our own strawberries from this summer in the freezer…which might taste mighty good this time of year. 🙂