Wow, it’s Saturday again. Time for Six Word Saturday
“IS LIFE BETTER WITH A G & T?”
Amongst the things they tell you to avoid following brain injury, is alcohol.
It’s an accepted fact that I’m not a great drinker – my late husband used to say I was the cheapest drunk in Wellington – 2 drinks and I was ready to leave the party. But just occasionally, on a lovely Saturday afternoon like today’s, I would really love a cold G&T. That would make my day complete I’m sure.
Sitting with the laptop on lap (where else) and another cup of tea beside me, I know what is missing is the G&T.
Nobody gives any indication on when alcohol may once again be consumed and so I am not going there, as they say (who says?). So until “they” say I can have the odd drink – is Gin & Tonic odd? – I’ll sip my tea and give thanks that I am able to do so. After such an accident I could well have been left unable to enjoy tea in the sun.
And of course, as I have said before I’m English So I Drink Tea
“You can have the other words-chance, luck, coincidence, serendipity.
I’ll take grace. I don’t know what it is exactly, but I’ll take it. ”