A New Dawn…

I slept better last night.

This is probably due to my management of liquid intake during the evening (as what goes in must come out) but may also be due to the events of the day. I certainly feel happier than I have for some time.

Three notable things happened, two of which produced a feeling of wellbeing. Those two were the conversation with the new tenants and a visit to the farmer’s parents (where we completed a jigsaw to check it had all its pieces before it went to the charity shop). I like jigsaws.

The third event was lunch at the Garden Centre. I swear they have reduced the size of the paninis. It’s difficult to say without evidence to back it up, but it seemed to me that the bread was shorter and the fact was concealed with artistic arrangement and an extra dab of salad (which is, let’s face it, just adding insult to injury).

It’s a re-run of the eternal Little Chef Breakfast Conundrum – you know something is lacking but you can’t quite recall what it is. I’m sure that the Olympic Breakfast is half a tomato and a full sausage down on what it used to be. If only I had photographs…

With the panini all I needed was a ruler.

Julia, as usual, has little sympathy with my quest for value, or my thirst for scientific knowledge.

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Olympic Breakfast with fried bread option

I can’t imagine Pierre Curie met with such obstruction in his scientific research/

18 thoughts on “A New Dawn…

  1. clarepooley33

    That is an enormous breakfast! I usually have a small bowl of muesli with milk after I have been awake for some time as I’m not usually hungry first thing in the morning. I am so pleased you are feeling happier 🙂

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    1. quercuscommunity

      Best place I ever worked was a poultry farm in Ireland – start at 7.00 and then go up to the house at 9.00 for breakfast. Breakfast is always better after you’ve had chance to wake up.

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    1. quercuscommunity

      It I was doing an Olympic Breakfast I’d use 5 rings – including a Cumberland sausage. Or if not that I suppose an egg white omelette and a protein shake. I know which I prefer.

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      1. GP Cox

        We can’t argue with the experts, especially when it comes to eggs, bacon, sausage, steak,,,I’d better stop – I’m getting hungry again!!

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