Archives for posts with tag: food

The sky on the way to work. Really beautiful.

Lunch in a new café. Huuuuuge plate of salad full of beetroot and roast parsnip and pasta.

An enlightening and lovely dinner with Jen, as always.

A long walk in the woods

Jigsaw puzzling all together. It was so lovely just being together and being silly.

Nut roast leftovers.

Lunch at Romeo’s, reading and eating healthy things on my own. Plus a ginger oat cookie for the desk.

Jill Dando chat.

Jonathan desperate to tell me about Claudia.

Reading on the sofa as the rain fell heavily outside.Apple pie and custard. Before the mould.Home alone and an early night.

Bumping into Jen outside Tesco and having a few hugs.

Ginger cake.

Chocolate Oatly.

I walked a lot today.

Max’s Sandwich Bar.

Buying the little vulva keyring and deciding to keep it for myself.

Planting trees in the local park. I planted oak trees and dogwood and they will be there for hundreds of years after I’m gone. I feel so wholesome and lovely.

Bread, butter, pesto.

Delicious Turkish with Rosie. Including feta ice cream.

Sending off the invoice. Money please.

The light on the church.

Fooood. I ate healthy delicious food today including the yummy curry I made. If I don’t poo tomorrow I am going to be PISSED.

A clean bed

Hash browns

He got my advent calendar

Stopping for a spur of the moment jacket potato with loads of cheese. I needed it.

Mince pies. First of the season. Also not vegan but I have the flu and I think it’s acceptable.

My lovely pharmacist. Who is nice to me even though I consistently forget to reorder my pills in time and rush in demanding them that day. Again. So of course he remembers me.

My period started. I knew exactly when it was about to happen.

Tomato soup and garlic bread.

Seven Worlds One Planet. The running colourful lizard dinosaur things. I love their running.

Two hours walking round Hampstead Heath in the sun, taking photos of the beautiful autumn leaves.

Baked apples, from Jonny.

Jen cheering me up with emails to a straight woman.

People liking my vulva decoration. I think I’m going to make some and try and sell them.

Pasta in soup.

A cup of green tea in my cosy living room before an early night.

My ring was in the washing machine! When I opened the door, it was sat there waiting for me.

Three space hoppers at work. Pumping them up with a squeaky pump.

A proper lunch of fresh salads and a vegan quiche. Sat in a quiet cafe where I can read.

The happy squirrel on the scaffolding this morning.Got to complete the butterfly trail stickers. You know, just to make sure it worked…Making a curry from scratch. Something warming and delicious for this cold day.

Walking along the parkland walk, veering off and up along the side, in between the trees.

More chats with Charlie and Jana over amazing Chinese food for Ming’s birthday.

Mashed potato.

My green tea matched my trousers.Feeling really quiet and calm at lunch. It felt like there was no wind, no noise, just peace. And my book and the sun.Strawberries, peanut butter and yoghurt.

Hot sun, autumn breeze, blue sky.

Holly smashing the vase in the sink.

Sugary, dunked Oreo’s.

Looking down during yoga and noticing how great my boobs look.

Yogi inner smile. And outer smile.

Joking with Fanos, the soft bread at lunch, clicking my back as I lay on the grass, the butterfly trail.

Melon.

The secret garden.

This Way Up.

Fruits fruits fruits. Banana pancakes with strawberries and blueberries. Melon and raspberries.

My outfit for the wedding. Tummy out, feeling great.

Dancing the ceilidh at Jo’s wedding is pretty Oxford.

The chihuahua with the tiny head and big lab body. And friends that send silly photos to cheer me up.

Having lunch on my own. Eating my bento lunchbox, wearing my silver top and reading.

Cooking and baking. Banana pancakes, oaty banana biscuits and broccoli cakes.

Following a cute dog to work.

Buying all the rainbow fabrics for Freddie’s present and starting my leaf piece.

Malt loaf. It’s so damn good.

My brilliant friend, reporting on important and heartbreaking things in big newspapers. Very proud.

Wearing my dungarees again.

Vegan dinner. Rice rice rice.

Doi, the adorable little dog, giving me cuddles on my lap.

Aubergine.

Sleeping sleeping sleeping

The tiny kittens

Doi, the beautiful dog at our guest house in Sighnaghi

The view

The lovely man who we booked our day trip with, and his mum. Both of whom fed us wine, bread and cheese. Not long after we’d just eaten a massive khachapuri. #sofull

Our ridiculously lovely apartment in Tbilisi. With indoor hammock swing.

Hipster brunch

Learning Georgian – Arseybobs.

Incredibly first dinner. All the cheese, mushrooms dumplings and walnut sauce.

Climbing with Jonny. Hot men everywhere. Also I just got on with it and did some of the ones that scared me.

Making dinner, two lunches and a breakfast. When I almost bought a pizza.

Touching two fluffy dogs at the anti idling event. One was called Bear. Very appropriate.

A free bunch of asparagus. So of course I immediately ate an entire bunch.

Starting my dungarees

Evening with my old mates. Didn’t leave feeling sad or embarrassed and regretting anything. I’m in a much happier place.

The long awaited canals meeting is over! A big smile of relief to tick that one off.

Delicious bread with olives in. I love olive bread.

A massage with Joy