good, better, best

I am not saying I did, positively, but there is a strong possibility that I may have indulged to the extreme limits of  gastronomic delight.

This was my birthday lunch,

Australians call them prawns, not shrimp. Shrimp are teeny tiny, well, shrimp.

Australians call them prawns, not shrimp. Shrimp are teeny tiny, well, shrimp.

and this was my birthday dinner.

seafood chowder, cooked by the best chef - me!

seafood chowder, cooked by the best chef – me!

Followed by the last slice of birthday chocolate cake and vanilla greek yoghurt.

Tick for  the daily omega 3!

Today I am off to the city to for a sleep over (until Thursday) with Petite Fille. I have booked in-home massages for Daughter1 and self on Thursday morning too.

The first week of the rest of my life is looking better than good – the best!

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7 thoughts on “good, better, best

  1. Are you on break this week? (I’m not sure what you call it; up here we’re all dying for spring or Easter break, depending on your religious affiliation or lack thereof.) Hope you enjoy it! And yes, your “shrimp” looks tasty!

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  2. Atlantic shrimp are pretty big. As a kid, out with my folks, I either ordered lobster or baked, stuffed, butterfly shrimp. Hope you had a great birthday. Have a great week. Lucy

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  3. Yum!
    Shrimp hereabouts are the Pandalus borealis, which grow pretty big – but I thought the Aussies used “put another shrimp on the babie” in everyday conversations all the time..? 😉

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