The new kitchen (at last!)
May05

The new kitchen (at last!)

Our house was built in 1987. When we moved in last year, it still had the original kitchen: Brown cupboards Dirty vinyl floor (which no amount of mopping would ever clean) Dirty beige tiles (ditto) A sink which drained straight into the cupboard and onto the floor A temperamental hob which wouldn’t always light An oven which needed to be at 250C, with recommended cooking times doubled, and would then burn the stuff in the back...

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Project 365 2015 Weeks 17 & 18
May02

Project 365 2015 Weeks 17 & 18

It’s been a busy couple of weeks, with far too many hospital appointments and not enough time for work. Here’s our week  fortnight in pictures… Day 109 – Sunday 19th April – my eldest decided to give rugby a miss today and the two of us went a big hill walk. He’s doing the Three Peaks soon (eek!) and needs to get in some training. I was proud that we managed to walk seven miles in two hours (and...

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Silent Sunday 19.4.15
Apr19

Silent Sunday 19.4.15

 

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Project 365 2015 Week 16
Apr18

Project 365 2015 Week 16

There’s not a lot of variation in the pictures this week. It’s still all about the kitchen! The end really is in sight now and gradually we are able to do more and more in the kitchen, although we still haven’t got a working hob or sink. Here’s our week in pictures… Day 102 – Sunday 12th April – my son’s football boots split in two at rugby, so we needed to get some new ones. He was in...

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Eating crap
Apr13

Eating crap

I’m not one of these people that eats seeds and salad and claims to be ‘not hungry’. You won’t catch me Instagramming a plate of leaves, an egg white and a homemade smoothie and claim to be looking forward to my ‘dinner’. Because I eat proper food. But I’m a vegetarian and I have IBS. Over the years, I’ve perfected a diet that just about works for me and keeps me feeling reasonable. And,...

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