Sep 10, 2017
Through the great bay window was a perfect view of the boats as they sailed in and out of the harbor. Just under the window sat a cushioned bench that curved to create a rather cheerful little breakfast nook, a round whitewashed table at its center. Fresh orange juice and toasted rolls with butter accompanied by bright cloth napkins from around the same year the house was built made the mornings there watching all the goings on down in the water that much better. On one side of the breakfast nook stood the kitchen with the usual pots and pans hanging from hooks and the collection of dishes sitting on open shelves along the wall. And beside the great bay window stood the prized collection of spoons from all over the world, given by visitors as a token of their appreciation for a beautiful view and delicious meals made from scratch.