People walking by at the Grand Western Canal’s 200th birthday party.
Sam crossing the car park in Padstow.
A couple walking along the sea front in Sidmouth, on a nice sunny day.
Quite a lot of the money I got by trading in my old Nikon equipment at Wex, I spent on a new lens – the Sony SEL35f18 – a 35mm f/1.8 e-mount lens for the NEX, with OSS (Sony’s optical stabilising, like Nikon VR or Canon’s IS). It’s a nice little lens, and the 35mm […]
If it wasn’t for the heroics of my husband, putting his foot down with a firm “You cannot has takeaway”, I would now be wallowing in guilt and prawn crackers. But he pulled me through a particularly murky moment and again I managed to stay on plan all day.
It’s how it goes every time. I’m tired, feeling a bit grumpy, and there’s a huge great yak in the kitchen demanding some Gillette action before we can get to any food*. There have been many, many times in the past where we would have left the hairy bugger to entertain himself and headed out to the chinese chippy pizza kebab shop.
But Michael stepped in and saved the day. Here’s my food diary:
BRUNCH – The legendary Mad Hatter’s Brunch which consisted of – eggs, bacon, mushroom, tomatoes, beans (B) and 2 slices of white toast (8 syns).
The brunch saw us through the morning and our 3 mile walk around town. I didn’t feel a single hunger pang until about 5ish when I had…