Monthly Archives: September 2015

What I’ve Read – September 2015

September’s reading list. Not as much reading done this month, I had less days off work! What has everyone else been reading? Pale Kings and Princes – Cassandra Clare and Robin Wasserman (borrowed) Bitter of Tongue – Cassandra Clare and … Continue reading

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Random thoughts….

It seems we might get a sunny autumn after a miserable summer. English weather is perverse! Despite the nice weather, for which I am always thankful, I want it on record (again) that autumn (or fall if you really must) is … Continue reading

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Life Happened – At some point you’re going to lose your teeth!

The big family news this week is that Oli is one tooth down. The tooth fairy visited and deposited £2 (apparently it’s £2 for the first tooth and £1 for each one after) the price of teeth has risen in … Continue reading

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Weekend Tasklist

Anyone who’s been reading these for the past couple of week will notice how many of these tasks aren’t getting done. I’ve been dropping the ball and lying around in a great big ball of “I’m tired and I don’t … Continue reading

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Friday Links

Happy Friday! I’m still in work and migraine-y hell. Fortunately at some point today, I get to go home and cook pizza, so life is not all bad.  Here are this week’s links…. True patriotism isn’t singing an national anthem. And … Continue reading

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Rhubarb compote

Breakfast is my eternal struggle, I’m much better than I used to be. I actually eat breakfast now, my only requirements for my workday breakfasts are that they taste good and are portable, so breakfast in a jar is always … Continue reading

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Braised lentils

One of the things I used to do, when things were really busy was to cook some lentils and some other grain, quinoa or pearl barley, so that even if I didn’t have a menu plan there was something I … Continue reading

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