We took some new Quebec friends and introduced them to John G's and some of their famous Cinnamon-nut French toast and ethnic omelettes. It was all a winner, times five!
This couple is renting our other lot here at the park, so it was a good opportunity to get acquainted and for them to practice speaking...and reading...English. Crusted was a new word for them (potatoes, crusted with cheese).
I told them about our introduction to Quebec junk food (poutine--French fries, topped with a light-brown gravy-like sauce and cheese curds...just in case y'all haven't had any) back in '84 when we took the kids up to that region. It was a memorable trip for all of us
Today started out with rain and thunder. KC does NOT like thunder, so he hunkered down under the ottoman, poor thang. He and I are both happy that the sun is now shining. I'm ready to go out for a bike ride around the park and work off a few calories.
Lent begins today, so calorie burning is a goal of mine. That, and fasting from chocolate. Life without chocolate? Yes. I can! I will resist temptation. Won't I?
Susan and MM managed NOT to burn down the restaurant last night with their birthday candles! That carrot cake was delish, and all the happy birthday wishes were well received.
Life is good, y'all!
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