|lunch time fizzy water, I loved the colours when I looked through my glass|
“Shall we have a beer?”
“No, it’s only half eleven in the morning.”
“Would you like another glass of wine?”
“No, it gives me a headache at lunchtime.”
"I'd like one."
"Have some fizzy water instead."
“The girls will want Margaritas when they are here.”
“No, the alcoholic version.”
Help! I need a drinking partner to lead me astray.
I do believe it's time for cocktails, see you on the terrace.ReplyDelete
Is that the time already? Martini please with plenty of ice.Delete
Two great pictures to accompany this post.ReplyDelete
Paul sounds like a bit of a killjoy - discouraging you from getting as pissed as a nun in a distillery in the middle of the day. Or maybe he just knows what you are like.
He knows what I'm like. Hic!Delete
I am never tempted to drink at lunchtime, but then I don't particularly like the taste.ReplyDelete
I prefer lunchtime drinking (just a single glass of wine usually) to evening drinking. When it's really hot out here I like a cold bottle of lager.Delete
I am not drinking at all now. I love the colours in the glass at the top. I had just been thinking of lime green being electric as a colour after seeing Frances' knitting on Instagram and then saw your glass reflections. Magic.ReplyDelete
Amazing colours through a clear glass.Delete
Can I come over and keep you company :-) ?ReplyDelete
The more the merrier!Delete
5 pm is when I have my first tipple of the day, it's also the time when I first manage to actually relax. I think I should set the alarm for 4.55 pm.ReplyDelete
Well I'm surprised, I felt sure you would have a small glass of red with your lunch.Delete
Never; it sends me to sleep.Delete
Love the photos - a lovely effect with the bubbles.ReplyDelete
I'm not a drinker, so since husband passed away there is still one unopened bottle of red in the wine rack. It may well stay there until it passes into either undrinkable or vintage - more likely the former as it's supermarket plonk !
So sorry to hear about your husband Coppa's girl.Delete
Thank you, Sue. It was no surprise - he was a very heavy smoker and the big C "got" him.Delete
We have just had a Gin & Tonic. Hot and stormy enough to require it so late and to use ice from a new ice tray that makes dog paw shapes. Any excuse!ReplyDelete
Paw shape ice cubes, oh wow!Delete