A wonderful family lunch

I had a wonderful day with my mom and sister.

We went out for a gorgeous lunch. We went to a restaurant in the shopping mall where we had a beautiful lunch, well, it was more like a dinner, as it was a 3 course meal.

The lunch offer was 12 euro for a main course, dessert, and tea or coffee.

I had turkey and ham, stuffing, mashed potato, roast potato, potato Grattan, carrots, parsnips, turnip, and gravy.

Dessert was banoffee pie, with cream.

Mom got the same as me, and my sister ordered roast beef with most of the same things on her plate.

We thoroughly enjoyed our lunch. But boy were we stuffed after it.

The portion sizes were huge!

While we were having lunch, my aunt and cousin and my cousins 3 kids came in. They sat at the table next to us and we all chatted for a while.

We hadn’t planned on meeting up with them, it just happened that they decided to go to the same shopping mall as we went to.

After a while we left, and we decided to drive to another shopping mall, but it was very busy there.

We went into one store, I got my leggings, a black pair, for six euro.

Mom got a purse to go with her outfit. And she looked at shoes, but she couldn’t find any nice ones.

I was going to buy shoes, but then I realized I have a brand new pair so I decided to wear those to the wedding.

We came out after paying, and my sister was still looking at clothes, so we sat down and had a drink, mom was a little short of breath, so we had to rest for a while.

I had to go to the ATM to get money out, so we did that, I bought my aunt a birthday card, as it is her birthday on Monday.

Then we drove home. Only arriving home at 6 PM, after being out since 1 PM!

It was a really nice afternoon. We haven’t gone out together now since late last summer.

My sister paid for lunch for all of us, so I told her the next time we go out, it’s my turn to pay and treat them.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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