Last week when I did my monthly grocery shopping in a larger town a few kilometres from home, I took Megan, our eleven-year-old Maltese Poodle x Scottish Terrier along for a haircut. As you can see by the photo above, she was in dire need of a clean-up.
The decor and crockery in this coffee shop is very colourful and arty
Once I'd loaded my groceries into the car, I drove to a coffee shop in the top of town. I had brought my knitting with me (I'm never without my knitting in winter!) and thought I may as well sit and knit while I had a cup of tea. When the waitron brought the menu, I saw they had "Breakfast in a Glass". I've discovered this cold breakfast has many names. I first got to know it as a "Health Breakfast" and even refer to it as this when I make my own here at home. Certain diners give it the name: "Shape Breakfast" (meaning it's easy on the waistline). I've even eaten a "Mountain Top Granola Breakfast" at a restaurant perched on a mountainside down in Kwa Zulu Natal.
Now this: " Breakfast in a Glass" I ordered along with a pot of rooibos (herbal) tea.
No sooner had my tea and the breakfast arrived, when the receptionist at the vet phoned and said Megan was ready to be collected! I finished my breakfast and had two cups of tea. I packed my knitting into my bag and went off to fetch Megan who looked like she had stepped out of "Doggy Vogue"!
Megan, like any woman worth her salts, grins happily after her session at the doggy beauty palour