Hubby was in London until late last night and I was all on my little lonesome and trying to think of something for tea. With some interesting veg left in the fridge I made a a kind of veggie sauce to go with some pasta. I don’t know what went wrong but it tasted totally bleugh. (hence why there is a photo of a funky looking plant I saw on a walk a few weeks ago and not my godawful pasta) It was missing something, but I just couldn’t work out what it was. I consoled myself with a Tunnock’s wafer. Tunnocks wafers are a bit of a enigma. You never see people buying and eating them, but according to their packaging they sell 4,000,000 a week. I especially love the dark chocolate wafers.
We certainly felt the earthquake on Wednesday. It felt as though someone was at the foot of our bed and shaking it, however it wasn’t the trembling I found the scariest, but the rumbling sound resonating from the cottage. It was incredibly spine-chilling sound followed by and eerie silence. In the grand scheme of things the earthquake we experienced was minor compared to the earthquakes that some other countries, but I hope I never experience one again. The BBC summed up the earthquake perfectly “a very British earthquake – everyone’s talking about it, but no-one’s been badly hurt”
Don’t forget the competition to win a years supply of Kinder Bueno. The competition is open to UK residents only. The winner will be the first entry drawn at random after the closing date of 1st March 2008 and will win 52 Kinder Buenos. Good Luck