Just because you're alone doesn't mean you can't enjoy your meals by candlelight.
With the days now dark at suppertime I often light candles on our dinner table just to make it cozy.
My dearest has been away on a business trip this week since Sunday afternoon but that didn't stop me from enjoying a nice dinner with the candles lit.
I had the local evening news program on the TV and my new CL magazine at my side to enjoy. :)
I cooked some salmon and potatoes and made a nice tossed salad. The dark green blob is Million Dollar relish. I don't usually eat that many potatoes at all! I forgot and cooked too many. :)
I love salmon and could eat it almost every day of the week.
I had enough left over to make a sandwich for supper tonight.
Do you like salmon or any other kind of fish?
We like haddock fillets too.
Murray arrives home this evening so I have to make an airport run.
He was in Newfoundland and the rain storm we got here on Monday turned into a snow storm that is to hit "the rock" (as Newfoundland is commonly known) this evening and tomorrow. I'm so glad he got out this afternoon.
Do you know where Newfoundland is? No?
Well, it's a good sized island that kind of sits in off the coast of the provinces of Quebec, Nova Scotia (Cape Breton actually) and Prince Edward Island. The Atlantic Ocean surrounds most of it.
Here is a link to a map of Newfoundland.
Newfoundland also has a large area of land on the mainland called Labrador which is part of the province and you can see it in the maps. It's actually called Newfoundland and Labrador. You can see how far it is from where we live in New Brunswick.
There's a bit of eastern Canadian geography for you.
Thank you all for your sweet comments on yesterday's Notecard Wednesday post. I appreciate you all so much.
I must run and eat my salmon sandwich and then head for the airport. :) I hope you have a nice cozy evening. It's cold out there!