I’ve had one of those weeks full of appointments and places to be, all of which have taken far longer than I’d hoped they would. This means that none of my week has gone according to my own personal plan,
Last week I posted about my confusion with bathroom fixtures: the sink with separate hot and cold water taps, the cord to pull the light switch, and the lack of electrical outlets except for the plug for an electric razor.
I really like this #TastyTuesday thing—though my focus on cake could perhaps be re-directed to traditional English vegetables, like tatties & neeps (potatoes & parsnips), or swede (I don’t really get swede . . . kind of like a parsnip, kind
This. I don’t understand this: Why do I have separate hot and cold water taps? Why can’t I mix the water together from one tap and combine the two temperatures to the degree of warmth I want? Why? (I have
Everybody knows shortbread, right? Not many surprises to be had here, though quite a variety of recipes and additions, if you search through cookbooks and online. Shortbread is a recipe that you can make your own, if you like to
My Dad commented yesterday on the two photos I posted, and while he’s extremely knowledgeable about plants (he’s been an outdoors-y guy all his life and knows more about plants than most) I really did think these two might be
Just for fun, four photos for you. Take a guess as to what these plants are and let me know in the comments below. I’ll give you the answers tomorrow, and anyone who guesses correctly will receive a hearty, “Well done!”
Welcome back to another #TastyTuesday! it’s cold and wet here (this is June, right? Where’s the sun?) and I decided it was a good day to fire up the oven and get a little heat in the house while baking