My friend, Gaby, ordered a latte,
and fruitcake with cream. What do you think of these antique forks? Maybe they are spoons. Every tea room uses them, and a friend who invited me to her house had a set of them which we used for eating the pastry she prepared.
A very poor photograph of Gaby, (10 years younger than me; no wonder she is so young ;-) looking like her cute self as she was at 5 years old, and me, ---well, am I really that fat? It must be the camera! We all know that double cream, which I have been enjoying so much here, produces a double chin and other doubles. My friend Betty, whom I took to tea yesterday will broke no talk of food and diet and all that. "We all have to die of something," she told me. I will get back to you one day soon when I have written down all her one-liners. In order to survive old-age she says you can't forget your one-liners.
Later when I went for a walk I saw this pink car for sale.
The tea I bought today was interesting: No Worries Koala tea, and tea sticks which have small perforations for stirring into a hot cup of water til it is just the right strength.
Someone has offered to take me to get photographs of unique country mail boxes so I am looking forward to that.