At long last Quorn. I have seen it on British-type TV and read about it in magazines from the UK, but today it was in the supermarket freezer so The Labradors and I had Quorn Dippers. Really, they are like Mirror Universe Chicken Nuggets. But I feel smugly healthy after eating them!!!
Look away MrsDrWho, I am showing some birthday knitting for you. Poor MrsDrWho, while I am having a slight teeny-tiny Georgette Heyer decline, she is waiting for her birthday presents. I am the pointy end of some Thuja socks. Sorry about the pictures, the environmentally friendly globes don't make for good photos.
The ice-cream scoop is my friend. They have three kinds of chocolate, pecans and sultanas.
I am so happy to have my new oven. I have been cooking at every opportunity. I made sausage rolls and tiny chocolate cup cakes for morning tea today. Tomorrow I might make some Savoury Mince Spirals to take to sewing, and a cake. I am looking forward to Christmas when I can cook to my heart's content!!!!!!
Peri has been playing somewhere really muddy, maybe the paddle pool and then the wild garden near the hose?? Regardless, she managed to get mud all over her paddy paws and legs and the floor and the wall!! She looks so worried, but I was not cross!! She is so lovely!! Last night she had to be patted on the couch for an hour. It was very relaxing.
Finally I have some new books from The Library to read, all at once:
- The Ambassador's Mission by Trudi Canavan. I love her books, and she's Australian.
- Colonial Cousins, a history of Australia and India's connections
- The Dome, which I have started and already do not like
Two doctors' appointments down this week, one to go, Hurray!! Tonight I am finishing my Soap and Cloth Swap cloth and watch Lie to Me, which I really like, before bed. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel!!