Category: Sunday lunch project

Apr 29 2012

Happy birthday to me

It was my birthday during the week. I love birthdays, and in our family birthday celebrations can go for a week. The day always starts with champagne. Although because this was the first birthday I can remember where I had to go to work it was only one glass. Then Doc dragged himself out of …

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Apr 25 2012

Sunday lunch (and breakfast) with the family

This week the Sunday lunch project has extended to breakfast. Doc had his foot operation during the week so is not very mobile. Of course, I did the good partner thing and left him home on his own while I went to the football on Saturday night. Well, you have to get your priorities right …

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Apr 09 2012

Sunday lunch project – Cobar Easter Sunday 2012

Sunday lunch number three was in Cobar. And yes, I know that’s more than a couple of hours drive from Wollongong, but we’re up here visiting relatives for Easter. This time lunch was a family barbecue at a cousin’s property just outside town.

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Apr 03 2012

Is Coogee the trendiest place on earth? Sunday lunch number two

The second instalment in the Sunday lunch project and we’re wavering already. Plans were to go out somewhere around Dee Why because we were up that way for a 50th birthday. On the Saturday night we went out for dinner across the road from Dee Why beach. The restaurant was very good, the company was …

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Mar 26 2012

The Sunday lunch project

It’s been far too long since we went to the Cape (July-Sept last year), and too long even since we went to the farm (Christmas). We’re not planning another really big trip until next year (hopefully a 6 month odyssey across the top, down the Canning and back – maybe including another trip to the …

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