For some reason, a few days ago, I made an internal decision that I was not going to take anymore pictures of my meals anymore! I had decided that maybe the time had come for me to keep my phone away from the dining table and enjoy and embrace the moment and not worry about the lack of photographic evidence.

Hmm….

That was before my father -in-law placed a bowl of octopus soup in front of me.

I stared at my meal for quite some time, taking in the little tentacles and suckers of the octopus, the cute little beans and chunky vegetables, and before I knew it, I was asking my mother-in-law for her phone so I could take this one picture . Seems I cannot stick to my own rules. Oh well…

I think, well my excuse any, I just wanted to remember the beauty of that afternoon. We had chosen to sit outside in the afternoon sun and bask in the heat. We had had a lovely delicate salad beforehand, I’d been enjoying my wine and when the soup came, I just thought, that’s it, this moment is perfect, I want to remember it forever.


2 responses to “Pequeños momentos de perfección”

  1. Leah avatar

    Looks delicious! Somehow, I also planned on not taking photos of my food anymore except for meals with friends and family, and photo-worthy meals. I take pictures of almost every single food I eat, make, see, etc. It has become a thoughtless habit that leaves my phone cluttered with thousands of photos! Let me see if I can stick to my plan. You inspire me! 🙂 Happy New Year and wishing you and yours all the best in 2023! 🙂

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    1. Bunminola Bakes avatar

      Happy New Year 🥳 to you and yours too! Roll on 2023…

      Liked by 1 person

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