I have read online in a few different places how good this book is, so I decided to get a copy. It is perfect to take me up levels, I have already seen a couple of things to make, exciting times. It's an easy book to read, passing loads of tips on, with good instructional photo's.
A couple of cheap books to read, £1 each, I have never read either of these authors. Thirteen is a brilliant read, I could not put it down, my taste in books is changing.
I got this plant last November, knowing all the buds would fall off once I got it home, they do not like any change in their environment, it now lives on our downstairs bathroom window sill, I can't wait for the 1st proper blooms to form.
Amaryllis time again, these flowers are stunning
With 3 buds I feel spoilt, so much joy to come.
Hubby got me these on 14th and they are still healthy and bright, he purchased them from our Wednesday market garden stand, they are lasting much longer than the supermarket flowers and they did not have any plastic around them, a double wins for us.
It's raining here, which I don't mind, I am hoping it stops enough for me to walk to the village this morning, if not I will have to go Monday, I hate being cold and wet. Tomorrow the rain is going to be really heavy, we have decided it will be a day at home, crafting for me.
We popped to Lidl's yesterday to for a few things and some bottles of wine, we again did not buy anything non edible, afterwards we popped to our local Co-op and picked up a few yellow stick meat joints, two being boned and rolled shoulder of lamb, I did comment my mum would be shocked at how much we now pay for this cheap cut of meat, but in the slow cooker it's a great meal. We are keeping the freezer and our store cupboards well stocked just in case, we don't use much milk, so we could go weeks without needing to shop.