Breakfast in Louisville, Guest Blog

It always feels good to receive communication from your grown up children.   The little ding on the iPhone and it’s a photo message from my son. It wasn’t quite like having breakfast together but I enjoyed receiving this before the start of the school day Thursday morning.

Mark was on business in Louisville and took this shot his breakfast at the Anchorage Cafe.  I read about this Farm to Table place and Mark said it is worthy of endorsement, “Mom, they make all of their own stuff from local sources.” When I asked him if I could blog his breakfast shot, he heartily agreed. “The Rwandan medium roast coffee was French pressed to perfection.” he told me.   “And the chef makes the scrambled eggs sprinkled with fresh ground pepper, topped with two strips of Benton’s Smoked Bacon. The BEST bacon in the universe.” I asked for more info on the bacon.

He said,” it tastes like smoky smoked smoke”. Hmmmm. Hickory.    I liked how he sent me the details on the food items.  And how he appreciated the chef’s efforts.

Hearing from him makes for a happy day.

10 thoughts on “Breakfast in Louisville, Guest Blog

  1. I love breakfast! Hmm. Scrambled eggs and bacon with a side of fruit. I know what I’m eating today.

  2. This makes me wish I hadn’t skipped breakfast this morning. Glad to hear your day started off with such a pleasant surprise, Ruth.

  3. What could be better than hearing from a son….great image…and I loved the story too. Perfection in my mind.

  4. I love that he thought of you, and the you were both able to have a virtual breakfast together. Everyone needs their mom – even us adults. 🙂

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