http://www.pattersonfamilypharmacy.com/34898-premarin-price.html care Hi everyone. Is everyone feeling as depressed as am that it is Sunday evening? I always get a touch of the Sunday blues. On a less grey note, this weekend I did not have to work OR study which is basically a work of God, or just, ya know, timing. I decided at some point that despite the high 20s heat I would not retreat to my bed a la sloth but would in fact Do Nice Things. Here are some of the nice things.
buy amoxicillin uk I made bread rolls! I did. I know you’re all looking quizzically at my oven tray wondering about that mystery 7th roll. Either Mr. Fearnley-Whittingstall or myself is not so fine at maths. It’s definitely not me. Definitely not. However, odd rolls aside, these were insanely delicious! If you’ve ever once made bread you will know the massive high that comes with a successful end product – the perfect crumb, the waft-y smell permeating the entire house, that fresh-outa-the-oven-and-slathered-in-butter flavour. Bread happiness is the ultimate happiness. Cheers Hugh! Hey look, I found the recipe online here. (Note that the recipe has been altered to use a stand mixer to knead the dough, so use one if you please but otherwise use your hands like a pro!)
In December my dad launched his own business selling pizzas from a caravan. He has been a cook for as long as I can remember but if you know the hospo game at all you’ll know it’s not particularly glamorous, especially if you have a family. So he finally went solo and I’ve been helping him over the summer, doing Facebook stuff and helping at events. I have made almost 300 pizzas so far! On Saturday I had lunch with my parents and we put a new sign on the van.
And today. Heh, today I spent 10 hours sewing. I’m not even exaggerating. OK, 10 hours minus tea making, a quick burrito and a chat with Jacquie to solve a pesky pocket problem. 10 hours and 11 episodes of Friends (The One With Ross’ Tan still gets me every time). 10 hours and five cups of tea. So you’re probably thinking I made a wedding gown right? Or reupholstered a couch? Actually, I’m just the world’s slowest sewer (say that five times fast). Seriously, if there was an award for slowest sewer, I’d win. Needles down. I made a skirt! Skirt happiness!
I find sewing to be extremely intensive (maybe because I have problems and once I start a project I HAVE TO finish it). It feel like I should be wearing a white coat and crunching equations on a white board. But the end result is such satisfaction. I’m really glad I decided (quite on a whim) to make a skirt to fill the skirt shaped hole in my ‘drobe. I made this skirt from Tilly and the Buttons (apparently experienced sewers could make it in an HOUR!)
What did you do this weekend? Something crafty? Did you sew a wedding gown? Have a good week!