Just like Mother Hubbard, I came home to empty cupboards.
This is actually a good thing. Not because I don’t need to eat but it means that the fridge stayed cleaned out and there was nothing to spoil while we were both gone.
I sadly looked at the remaining condiments and a couple containers of outdated dairy products. Then I looked in the freezer. Couple of packages of fish filets looking completely lonely in otherwise empty drawers. Moving on to the kitchen shelves I did find one box of UHT milk, cereal bags with crumbs in the bottoms of the bags and half a dozen cans of suspicious contents.
Oh, yes. There was coffee and tea.
Thinking about it, I had consumed more than enough food in the last three weeks to last till supper. Moving on with life, I unpacked suitcases, backpacks, started laundry, printed files and other wise worked on my to do list.
George arrived from the the train station around 0900. (He had finishes his meetings in NY and CT and done the Newark to Dulles to Frankfurt trip).
Imagine, we are both home for the next few days!