RegularRandom: five minutes contemplating breakfast

The walnut and cranberry sourdough bread I baked a few days ago is still fresh enough not to need toasting, and was perfect with my morning latte.

In the spirit of mindful eating, I’m trying to make food more visually appealing, using our more interesting crockery, and setting the table with a cloth hand-embroidered by my paternal grandmother — whom I never met.

I’m sharing my breakfast contemplation as part ofΒ  Desley Jane‘s RegularRandom challenge. If you’d like to know more aboutΒ  Five Minutes of Random #regularrandom (or just want to see some great photography), check out Musings of a Frequently Flying Scientist.

32 thoughts on “RegularRandom: five minutes contemplating breakfast

    • I was amazed it had survived my aunt clearing everything from my grandparents’ house when grandad died. It then somehow survived my parents emigrating half-way round the world, then divorcing, and then another couple of house moves. Somehow my step-mother became its guardian angel until Dad could give it to me.

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  1. What an excellent scene to photograph for DJ’s challenge. Although I did spot you interfered with it as the coffee was almost drunk by the end πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜‰ Off now to see what happened to my mother’s linens.

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