On the morning before we embarked on our Alaskan cruise, we had a nice breakfast at a restaurant called Lola in Seattle. I had ordered a goat cheese and dill omelet with a side of sourdough toast, potatoes and bacon. My aunt noticed my food and asked if I enjoyed it. Naturally, I said yes.
A few days later, while at sea, we were having breakfast again. My aunt was fumbling around with the menu and looked quite perplexed. I asked her what was wrong and she asked me about the omelet I ate the day previous. Now, I recall having eggs benedict the day previous so I told her I had the eggs benedict. She was, however, insistent that I had had the omelet with green herbs.
Then it dawned on me. I immediately smiled and said “auntie, to get that omelet we would have to turn this ship around and go back to Seattle. I had it at Lola”. Then she smiled sheepishly and said something to the effect that she was getting old and actually forgot that I had indeed had it ashore.
Taken with iPhone 4.