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A Perfect Sunday Evening

The thoughts that come to me or other men when dining alone are, I suppose much stranger than men themselves. I have invented more than one peculiar platter when I felt I was unobserved and therefore free to concoct. However, my supper this Sunday evening needs no creativity.

I shall take half of a French Baguette – fresh this morning, a piece of Gorgonzola and an extra large dollop of Farmhouse  – according to the label – butter; the latter two succulent items were tempting me from the fridge.  I shall eat alone and unmolested at the kitchen table, pour myself a handsome glass of Tawny Port and think only egotistical thoughts.


About bbryanthomas

Not so young man about town who, having witnessed and enjoyed life, is presently having fun, writing about those by-gone times and life in general.

5 comments on “A Perfect Sunday Evening

  1. Bridgesburning Chris
    January 21, 2018

    Why I believe that is perfect. I think I shall join you albeit on another continent with chicken, carrots and cauliflower stewed up with a glass of crisp Chardonnay. In each case i believe the company to be exceptional. Do enjoy!

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    • bbryanthomas
      January 21, 2018

      A perfect evening. “and so to bed.” I trust yours will be as enjoyable.

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  2. lovecadbury
    January 25, 2018

    Haha..the egotistical thought really got me.. Sounds like a beautiful Sunday..lovely read.. 🙂

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    • bbryanthomas
      January 25, 2018

      Thank you, LC. A little egotrip now and again can do you no harm


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