I got back home around 10 p.m. from India and both my kids were tired and sleepy. However, on the dining table a place was set for me and there were Quiche ( my youngest baked it), French fries and a pot of tea.

Then my son opened the fridge and took a packet of Red Leicester cheese and told me

“Mom, I know you wouldn’t had any cheese while you were in India and so I bought your favourite Red Leicester cheese for you”

When I lived in England, I used to buy any cheese that was on sale and once managed to buy red Leicester. I loved it. I have never had them after that until a couple of months ago, I found it at Aldi’s. My son was with me that day and as I bought it, I told him how much I loved Red Leicester.

There is no Aldi where I stay. The nearest one is in next suburb and for my son to have gone to Aldi’s to buy Red Leicester, it meant, he took the bus, walked to the shopping mall, bought the cheese and then walked back to the bus stop and took another bus home.  But he did that for me.

It is always the little things that make me the happiest person on earth..

6 thoughts on “Leicester

  1. As we all can see, you have a loving, caring son who is grateful for his wonderful mother.

    Also, although I don’t know the exact date, I believe you have a special day coming up: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Sarah !


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