A delightful start to My birthday yesterday with butch picking Me up at 8.30am for a breakfast treat on Chevron Island after first giving Me this beautiful horse sculpture called ‘Anasazi Spirit Horse’ designed by Robert Rivera. This intricate black and white design is found on Anasazi pottery of Chaco Canyon which reflects the timeless character of its ancient cultures. (My other present from butch will be given to Me on Saturday night at the party at Mistress Satet’s place.)
French toast with bacon and maple syrup was the perfect decadent start to My special day. I also had a healthy hit with a glass of carrot, apple and ginger juice to begin with which was followed by a skinny cappuccino at the end of the meal – LOL. It was a gorgeous morning to be sitting outside eating a meal with My collared sub.
For lunch I had a small sushi meal with My 24/7 slave and then decided to go to Robina to check out the newly opened sections of the shopping complex and what a huge improvement it is.
I had an opportunity for some relaxation in the afternoon in preparation for a dinner out with slave tate at Oskars on Burleigh – a restaurant I had not been to before. slave tate arrived at 6.45pm (needed some time to open and admire My birthday presents before W/we had to leave). The hand painted wooden Rainbow Zebra sculpture is a magnificent piece and I was also given a silver bangle and a Roberto Cavalli zebra top. However, the pièce de résistance will be revealed in due course *GRINS*.
W/we arrived at the restaurant just after 7.30pm and the view of Surfers Paradise across the water was stunning. The warm home baked bread started off O/our dinner after which I opted to have a ‘Japanese inspired oyster shooter’ with My entree – fig with goat’s cheese (I LOVE My figs and goat’s cheese). For My main meal I could not resist the slow cooked duckling with quince and broccolini which was mouthwateringly delicious. Even My slave was allowed open choice from the menu AND he was permitted to drink alcohol in celebration with his Gold Coast Mistress.
As the meal was not too heavy, there was enough room to fit dessert in and the Rhubarb Pie caught My attention and was the last one as it turned out when another table tried to order one later only to be told there were none left. Don’t you just HATE it when that happens!!! LOL! The meal was superb and the rosé wine which O/our waitress had recommended was the perfect choice with our menu selection.
It was a fabulous, indulgent birthday shared with My collared boys and the celebrations have not finished yet as W/we have a big kinky birthday party to go to on Saturday night.