Category: Paul (A)
Woke up, got out of bed, dragged a comb across my head. [if you look at the pic. You’ll realise that doesn’t take long ] ;-)
It’s no use I seem to be stuck in a Beatles frame of mind.
Sunday morning already here in the Southern hemisphere and have just enjoyed a leisurely breakfast of homemade muesli, Rye toast and Miso with a pot of green tea.
Read the Sunday paper with breakfast then up and into the day.
A beautiful Tasmanian summer day today, so off for a leisurely walk with my Wife and dog along the banks of the Mersey River and then back for a couple of hours in the garden. Repairs to the vegetable garden weren’t as bad as suspected following the deluge earlier in the week [see previous post] so I was able to plant out seedlings of Collard & Chard ready for Autumn. My wife has been thinning the carrots and we have had a general tidy up.
Lunch on Sunday is a Rye bread sandwich of Miso, salad greens & Tofu, followed today by dried fruit and grapes. Sunday afternoon is soccer afternoon for me and as an ex pat English man I am passionate about the game. My team Wolves had a 0-0 draw away at Portsmouth overnight and this afternoon I get to sit down and watch the full replay of Everton v Liverpool. Another Beatles connection there you see, did you spot it ? On another sport if your team is playing in the Super Bowl, Good Luck and enjoy the moment.
Well like most of you it’s back to work on Monday and I’m sure your jobs are all as interesting as mine so I won’t bore you with the details during the week If you will indulge me though, I may give you a little bit of background on the area I live in and a bit of the history on Tasmania. I’ve also mentioned my Muesli a number of times, possibly because I eat it seven days a week. I will post the list of ingredients for you tomorrow.
On a personal note thanks for all the comments after my first post and Marshal in particular, thanks for the kind words and keep up the quest for your solution.
While I think about this, totally off subject. Mike please take note there are now three of us on the blog board. More power.
Finally to finish with the Beatles theme, remember “We can work it out”