“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” – Gustave Flaubert
Two years ago near Konya Turkey
At our morning coffee stop we had the option of trying a local specialty ~ fresh yoghurt made from goat milk, with a large dollop of honey and then covered generously with opium poppy seeds. I really enjoyed the combination of the tart yoghurt, sweet thick honey and the crunch of the poppy seeds.
If you want to see more pictures from that day, you can click here.
GRATITUDE MOMENT: Today I am grateful for our “work” family. At the moment we are between trips and have been spending time at our business in Canoga Park. We gave our company to our son a couple of years ago when we decided to retire, downsized, and dedicated ourselves to some serious traveling. It feels so good to be able to roll up our sleeves, pitch in to help a bit, and see the growth, positive changes and hard work ethic that continues to bloom here. They have protected the good name and reputation that Tim and I worked so hard to build up years ago. I could not be more proud of this wonderful group who I consider our extended family.
Nice idea. I love poppy seeds on bread and cakes. 🙂