After a glass or two

I am very partial towards Red Wine. And if it is mulled, well, nothing like it….yummmmm….


But the only problem is that after the second glass I would be reading sentences like this 😉


A Year Older

My first New Year’s Eve and a New Year’s day spent with friends. Yup, that is how this 2015 started for me. We gathered at my place for a get together (again a first), doing karaoke and ‘just dance’ competitions in my Wii (which was used after such a long time) followed by some mulled wine and a game of ‘Guess the movie’ and ‘Taboo’ until the stroke of midnight and finally ending up with a movie called ‘See No Evil, Hear No Evil‘, which was such a fun watch.




The next day we gathered again for  brunch to celebrate the New Year’s with some sparkling wine and some yummy food at a place called ‘I & Monkey’ and just talking about what each one of us wanted others to do in the Year. It was so much fun and a pleasant way to start a year.  Hope you all had a good New Year’s day too.

“Age appears best in four things: old wood to burn, old wine to drink, old friends to trust and old authors to read.”
― Francis Bacon

Posting it also as part of Linda’s Just Jot It January Prompt and the first prompt is ‘Reading

Sunday night barbeque

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Sunday Special

Ever since I got that wine bottle and tasted that ‘mulled wine’ during the Christmas Brunch, I have been waiting for an opportunity to try it at home. Today finally I got to do it because I needed it. It wasn’t that tastier as it was in that brunch, but it was OK according to my cooking standards. I didn’t use sugar as was suggested, but used honey instead, hence the sweet element was a little less. But the spice and the fruits gave that extra flavor. Along with some strawberries and grapes, well, my Sunday special dinner was complete 😀