Today’s Friday Phrase is the phrasal verb ‘to be put out‘ meaning to be upset, annoyed or inconvenienced by something or someone.
Here in the serene surroundings of The English Garden we are rarely put out by anything but for Chloe it was a different story this morning.
Following a week of prolific output, she was looking forward to a delicious English breakfast. She was therefore rather put out when she discovered there were no eggs left (and quite understandably so, might we add).
We hope your breakfast this morning went without a hitch and, as always, wish you a great weekend!