Oh my heart, I love that story. Anyway, proper full on woman flu has had me in it's tight grip.
I have not been so poorly for so long for ages. It should not be actually possible with the amount of fresh fruit and veg I've been shovelling down my throat since 1st August! I totally blame the germ ridden beings I get paid to spend my non crafting time with. Anyway, my immune system is slowly getting rid of these illness causing bugs ready for me to go back to work tomorrow.
The only time I went out was to drag myself to my weekly Fat Class. It is EXACTLY the same as starring in my very own sitcom every week with hilarious characters. But I wouldn't miss it for the world. I love it. I am very impressionable and I'm totally indoctrined, but I think going did make my cold worse. Anyway it was totally worth it... a long way to go yet.....
Just in case you fancy trying it
Recipe for end of the month 1/2 syn quiche.
(Approx 1/4 big tub Alpro Go on = 1/2syn )
(Philadelphia lightest 110g = HEXa )
1. Empty contents of veg drawer - peel off super grotty bits and chop. Search in freezer to find bits of frozen veg bags, pop into a sieve. Let thaw n drain, Add drained tin of tomatoes as no fresh - using juice in non quiche friendly manky veg soup. ( separate recipe )
2. Open and sniff test almost empty pots of Alpro Go on, Quark and Philadelphia extra light. Empty into a jug and mix
3. Whisk in two eggs.
5. Tip drained veg mix into dish, add creamy egg mix and top with the best of the mushrooms you had.
|If you look closely enough you can spot where I coughed.|
and I finally had a go on the embroidery bit of my machine.
It's my favourite ever half term coming up at Christmas and I can't wait! Somebody in my personal bloggy lovely circle made a Pom Pom rug - it's what I'm going to do with the Night Owls .
|I got this off my Mother in Law who got it off her neighbour. "It might need a bit of sorting out!" It's going to become the Pom Pom rug.|
.. I'm just going to go find the post now. But first, enjoy these photos. Albie who is now well on his way to 6lbs and Freddie, frolicking in the leaves!
Lots of love from
Rachel *so much snot* Radiostar xx