Welcome to my new followers halloween couple! Glad to have you aboard the old Norfolk Express.
Yesterday would have been B's 60th birthday and she had been so looking forward to celebrating it, yet knew she would not be able to.
Half of her ashes had been mixed with the remaining half of her husband's. Her parents and brothers had taken everyone over to Pembrokeshire to scatter them off their favourite cliff, then sat and remembered her on the seat she had paid for after her husband's death, and had erected at their favourite holiday haunt.
The other half of her ashes, still awaits placement in our churchyard, when other members of the family can get together to do so. Seems a long interval really, but there you go.
Anyhow, we all went down there to say hello to her husband, remember B and lay some flowers.
On a brighter note, on one of our last walks, I had finally tried a sausage sandwich (just don't go there, I normally don't eat them unless they are made by me). I was informed they had a high meat content and were made by Arthur Howell's - a well known, award winning butcher, whose web sites can be found here
Guess what, they were very nice, no gristle or chips of bone (both of which I had eaten in the past and that had put me off).
As we were walking this week, from Wells next the sea, in we went. A huge array of sausages were in there but I asked for the style sold in that particular cafe, turned out they were the Wells mix! A kg for £7.80 (yes expensive but well worth it) were bought and also on offer, half price, were large joints of chuck beef. I also bought one of those (weighing 4.5 lbs) for £10. 5 have been allocated for sausage rolls, the rest divided up for meals. The chuck joint was cut in half and they will be slow cooked when needed.