Uta’s Diary, 22nd September 2015

Yesterday Peter invited me for lunch for my birthday. We went to Shellharbour Village, ย for I thought it would be nice to find a place where we could be eating outside. Shellharbour Village was just right for finding a place like that. Near where we parked we noticed this place called Country Kitchen Cafe. Straight away I said, I would like to go there.

This is a street in Shellharbour Village.
This is a street in Shellharbour Village. We could see it from the cafe where we were sitting outside.

 

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We soon found some seats outside in the sun and looked at the menu. I liked the way they served my tea. Also the food which I ordered looked very appetising. I was very happy with everything. Peter ordered apple juice instead of tea and chicken filet on Turkish bread.

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Peter watched some seagulls from where we were sitting. Here is one of the pictures he took:

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Coffee and cake we had at home. We had a good day and now I am looking forward to see my family next Saturday.

These are my birthday flowers. A neighbour gave me a Fly-Bird Garden-Rock with
These are my birthday flowers. A neighbour gave me a Fly-Bird Garden-Rock with Hope written on it.

15 thoughts on “Uta’s Diary, 22nd September 2015

  1. As I get older, I really appreciate those birthday celebrations that are spread out over several days instead of in one burst of frenzy! It sounds as if you are really savouring this special anniversary and stockpiling a few precious memories. Blessings xx

    1. It seems to me, Cat, that my birthday celebrations more often than not are spread out now over several days. 60 years ago, my 21st birthday, was no special event. I mean it was not celebrated in great style. But I knew Peter already. So this was very special for me! ๐Ÿ™‚

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