Monthly Archives: February 2013

52 Weeks of Baking – Week 8

Week 8 was spicy.  I looked into some chilli cupcakes, which I still want to make one day.  But we had the ingredients for a main meal recipe I found instead.  Here’s a nice dish of spicy chicken, cauliflower and … Continue reading

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Things I Want To Get Done Before I Turn 35

So I’m watching an episode of Two and a Half Men in which Waldon (the hottie played by Ashton Kutcher) discovers a video he made age 17 about what he wanted to accomplish.  The spotty, nerdy kid wants to create … Continue reading

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All About Being a Fatty

I haven’t always been fat.  When I was a young teenager I was extremely skinny.  With a voracious appetite it was often considered whether or not I had an eating disorder.  I didn’t.  I just ate a lot, but exercised … Continue reading

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Get an Email from an Adorable Kitten

The company I work for has four adorable little kitties.  Jack: Sasha: Amy: And Pixel: They tweet quite regularly, with lots of adorable pictures.  You can follow them here. Even better, you could get a personal email from one of … Continue reading

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52 Weeks of Baking – Week 7

Week 7 was Valentines, and I was determined to have another go at brownies.  So last night I made a batch with red M&Ms in, for the theme. The good news is the brownies are proper brownies.  Much much better … Continue reading

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I Has a Grump

I really hate waking up like this.  I hate feeling like I hate everything and everything hates me.  I know it’s not true.  Stupid depression. Huh.  So much for my nice eloquent post about the trials of depression.  Basically, I … Continue reading

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Still a Kitten

Since we moved down to Basingstoke my baby boy Jasper has been much more interested in exploring the outside world than in toys.  In Stoke we had hundreds of toys.  He’d go flying after jingly balls, and pouncing on dangly … Continue reading

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