The week started with sunshine and as it was warm, I sat maybe for the last time on my terrace. The trees are still green.
Before the Covid there were "conversation tables" in the Waterloo Tennis Club and I thought I will check if they were still there. It meant that people got together at different tables to have conversations in English, German, Spanish for those who wanted to communicate in these languages.
A few years ago I was the responsible for the German speaking table and corrected when somebody made a fault. It was very relax and funny we talked about everything but only in German. The women who participated were Belgians, French and also two English ladies.
This is the bar of the Tennis Club where Rick used to play Whist with a group for many years. To my surprise they had started again, not so long ago, because when Rick was still playing it was closed due to the Covid lockdown. I took a picture of the corner where he played and greeted his card partners. I only recognized two and said hello. We exchanged a few words, except Rick' Whist (female) friend, she made a face as if she just had swallowed a glass of vinegar when she saw me, I have no idea what happened with her, ever since Rick passed away she ignores me. Well, "friends" like that I don't miss at all.
Maybe I will organize a conversation table, once a week. I have so many plans that I have first to think everything over and be careful because my mood sometimes is like a roller coaster.
The couple which always asks me to come with them when they go out, took me this time to a restaurant specialized in mussels. But I found the mussels so expensive, in the Lunch Garden they are as good as in this restaurant and cost half of the price and you can eat as much as you want to. I took the lunch which was excellent, fish with little potatoes and vegetables.
There is a beautiful big aquarium there with colorful fishes of all sizes.
As desert I allowed myself a "Dame Blanche" and my friend a "Bresilienne" which looks the same but in brown. Both were delicious.
I went to the City Hall to pick up the tickets for a theater play organized especially for seniors to a very cheap price.
I am still busy with our photos to save them on external hard disk and found this one which was taken when we went to a ball which we did often at the beginning of our marriage. A bit less when our son arrived.
Such nice memories, we both loved dancing and were a well attuned couple.