We stole this from Mother. Well, she said we take anything we wanted. The dishwasher eventually wears the measurement marks off. As a right handed person, I have a problem with the measurements as the metric measurements are on the far side, which is fine if you are left handed.
Before lock down Mark II, we took Mother to the nursery for something or 'tother. These are called something like Candy Frost and they really look like they have frosted leaves.
I think it was a full tea set once, my grandmothers. All that remain are the cake serving plates. My foolish Mother asked if we wanted them. What? Do we have anything like that now in our apartment? I should send these photos to Brighton Antique Dealer to find out if they are worth anything, but I doubt it.
A strange sculpture outside an office building. I like it.
During Lock Down Mark I, I discovered this nearby barber shop. R had his haircut first and wasn't offered beer, and he probably would have accepted the offer. I had my hair cut there later and I was offered beer. Given R paid considerably more to have his luxuriant locks cut than I did for my much sparser hair, that seems unfair. I think we will have to return there, after our last haircut in the interim in the city at our usual place.
It looks a little like someone was feeding the birds, but not so. They were just gathered at the edge of nearby Albert Park Lake.