Guest post by Ian Craine: Sunshine and breakfast

Here’s a new guest post from my dearest darling husband!


Time I guess for a post from Roberta’s worse half. As Roberta says married life is so wonderful and I really enjoy our two homes, Roberta’s lovely spacious apartment here in Piraeus, and my little flat in London. The weather is just turning in Piraeus and today when we went out shopping it really was a beautiful spring day with a pure blue sky and some real warmth in the air. Sunshine makes everything so much better. Our shopping did not take too long this morning and most of the food was for Jimmy, Roberta’s cat, who’s just wolfed down some of the cheesy snacks we bought him.

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Roberta really is too kind in her descriptions of my culinary contribution in London. The breakfasts I prepare often require no more skill than boiling an egg and my dinners are generally straightforward affairs often involving fish, and Roberta does lots of the cooking herself. Whereas here she insists on doing all the cooking (my lame excuse is my unfamiliarity with electric cookers) and I confine myself to the unskilled tasks such as washing up and opening the shutters of a morning.

Talking of breakfast here’s some appropriate music from one of Britain’s finest:

By Ian Craine

Published by: Roberta Franklin

I’m an author of romantic fiction, born in Germany and living in Wales and Greece. I’ve worked as a journalist, as social hostess on a cruise ship, as an insurance agent, as a translator and teacher… I love books, movies, computer games, history – and I feel at home everywhere around the world!

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