“There are exactly as many special occasions in life as we choose to celebrate.”Robert Breault
I thought you might appreciate this little tale of an Australian family, living on a farm in the Outback, who are members of our online community.
Last week Emma and her kids Harry and Holly joined me for our online ‘Colour and Cuppa’ webinar and chat. Harry and Holly coloured in their artworks and asked questions around the energy work and meditation we did together, and they were there as I shared the story of Ben and I having date night at home, complete with tablecloth and candles, a menu and a meal like we’d have in a restaurant – even though we are at home in isolation on our farm.
To my delight Emma sent me a couple of photos on the weekend. Holly had just made my Chocolate Brownie recipe, as part of their at-home restaurant menu for Saturday night. The pictures made my day, and I’m sure they will bring a smile to your face too!
Here’s Holly, looking all proud at her grand first effort making brownies (and they do look yum):
And here is the menu for their Saturday night dinner. Don’t you want to go there too? I sure do!
Wherever you find yourself this week, make time for a little something special. Think outside the box. Do the best you can with what you have, where you are. And have a little fun with it! Memories are made from moments like these.
Let’s give Holly a big cheer for sharing her family’s own special memory-making night with us. Thanks Holly!
Love, hugs and magical moments, Nicole xx
4 thoughts on “An Inspiring Dinner Tale”
Great work by Holly..and great menu..Formal dress required…written on the menu..what a fun idea…
Dear Holly, that sounds (and looks) just delicious! Thank you for this, you inspired me and I will do the same at home :-), Cécile
I like the soound of this, suc great idea
This is an absolute delight. I am going to let my granddaughter know about this idea so perhaps she can try it out at home. Well done Holly.