A Whinge-less Post

After my last entry, I’m happy to report that the weather has improved and temperature has dropped.  In fact since the sun was up, it was actually possible to have a meal outside, wearing only a light cardigan.  T even refused to wear hers and was playing around with her friends in her shorts and a long-sleeved shirt.

T with her friends.

Yes, the day was glorious, so we had breakfast out with some friends and their kids at our favourite hang-out, the Boscastle Farm shop as mentioned here.  That’s another thing worth mentioning about the English weather – unpredictable.  One minute it’s cold, dreary and dreadful.  The next, it’s sunshiny and absolutely lovely.

I had the full English breakfast which as you see consists of two eggs, bacon, sausage, fried potatoes, tomato, mushrooms and two pieces of toast.  Yummy!  The food in the farm shop all comes from local produce which makes the meals even more special.  If you’re in the area, come and visit!

T with her best-friend enjoying the sun.

Of course, this won’t last, but the trick there is to make the most of the good sunshiny weather when it’s there.


  1. Two weekends ago, Marie made something similar for breakfast. She sliced and cut potatoes into cubes and cut some grape tomatoes and made her own version of hash brown. With it, she made sunny side-up eggs and bacon. It was on a weekend I slept in really late. I was thankful when I woke up; I didn’t have to cook anything. My baby did! 🙂

  2. motherhoodisanart

    Your weather sounds exactly like ours in Wisconsin! We keep fluctuating between shorts and t-shirts and then the next day sweatshirts! I never know what to expect from day to day!

    • That does sound like England, except the shorts and t-shirts bit… Well, maybe in the summer =)

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