Grateful for Meetup

Yesterday I had the chance to meet up with a friend of mine and enjoy some time with her. Our city has opened up a little (we are now in stage 3) and we are now able to enjoy, once again, the pleasure of dining in a restaurant. My friend and I decided that we would breakfast at one of our favourite spots and enjoy a meal that we had not prepared for ourselves.

We enjoyed our top-up coffee with some fruit and the eggs Benedict that we had ordered. Delicious! As expected, the conversation flowed non-stop; there was not a moment of quiet as we worked on sharing as much as we could in the time we had together.

This week I am grateful not only to have seen my friend, but also to have had the chance to dine in at a restaurant – an experience pre-COVID that I had taken for granted!

What are you grateful for this week?

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2020

17 thoughts on “Grateful for Meetup

  1. That sounds wonderful and your breakfast looks delicious. I’m grateful for FaceTime calls with family for my and my mom-in-law’s birthdays and also for the fact that hubby and I got to dine out at a beachfront restaurant on my birthday.

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  2. Good fun! Sadly I won’t be doing anything like this until we have an effective, proven vaccine, but in the meantime it’s good to see the numbers going down allowing people to get out more.

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  3. Isn’t it wonderful to see friends and enjoy a meal. Last week was the first time since March when my husband and I went out to dinner complete with table service (outdoors) a delicious meal and I didn’t have to clean up!

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