It’s the weekend 🙂 . So time for a cooked breakfast. Bacon, poached egg and tomatoes. Is it runny?
Oh yes, I remain the world champion egg poacher. They were cooked to perfection.
This is Harvey’s “egg volcano”.
Off to Ramsgate for a days cleaning so I took a salad, based on this lovely Lollo Rosso lettuce.
With cucumber, celery, sugar snap peas, tomatoes, red pepper and sprouts.
Served with some oily fish my Step-Father brought me back from Spain. Not sure what it is but am guessing mackerel.
I was not expecting it to be orange! I drained the oil and mixed it in with the salad. It all tasted lovely.
In Ramsgate I was pleased to see the Ramsgate Society has started its rennovation
of the charming promenade shelters with the ones outside our house.
I had a really fun evening. The best part was someone special hopping off a train – she’s home for 5 weeks 🙂
I then went to see The Osmonds with Suzanne. We have each been 3 times, twice together. They were in Tunbridge Wells which was rather convenient. I donned my blue velvet coat for the occasion which was a bonus as I have not managed to squeeze myself in to it for years. It was very comfortable tonight.
They may be older, fatter, greyer and wrinklier, but they can still hold a tune and belt out a great song. They even managed some dancing. Each time we see them there are fewer of them. Alan has retired due to his MS, Wayne was due to come but had a stroke. Donny and Marie were not on this tour so we had Merril, Jay and Jimmy.
We had a wonderful evening and I was transported back in time, to my teenage bedroom which was plastered in posters, pictures and clippings of Donny, my first love.
I had missed dinner so I started my Mothers Day pampering early with a tray loaded up with wine, bread and cheese. Which I am enjoying as I sit in the lounge, catching up on tv I have recorded to watch with my gorgeous girl