So, how has your week been?
I must say, I've been really enjoying my nights in front of the TV. The latest series of Call the Midwife and the new adaptation of John Le Carre's The Night Manager have ensured my bottom has been rooted firmly to the sofa with knitting and a cup of tea in hand.
Much to the neglect of my best attempts to get back into a regular reading routine (sigh...) I've also been re-watching some of my favourite TV shows and films whilst working on my knitting projects. I know it's very, very sad but I'll never become bored of watching the Harry Potter films or The West Wing. Likewise, I think listening to Stephen Fry read the HP audiobooks will always be my number 1 recommended cure for insomnia - his voice is so relaxing.
- I'm really pleased with how this homemade Foccacia turned out: I made the dough in my bread machine, then baked it in the oven with sea salt & rosemary. The resulting italian sandwiches were amazing! | 2. One of those rare occasions on which I managed to take a selfie that I actually liked. | 3. My Chance of Snow cardigan is coming along really well - I can't wait to finish it and show it to you! | 4. I tried Thai food for the first time whilst lunching with my colleagues at Suk Saran. This was Black Pepper Beef - very nice but nothing too amazing. | 5. Sorting out the sock yarn scraps for my blanket. It's going to be colourful for sure! | 6. Honestly, these are the best green olives I've ever tasted - I polished off a whole pack in one sitting! You can pick them up at Abel & Cole or Waitrose.