Today, is the last day of April. This is good as it's pay day...
But while I was hopeful this morning as I saw glimmers of sun through the cloud from the view outside my kitchen window, it would appear that hope was to be short lived.
April is having the last laugh, and dumped quite a shower on me this morning.
Now, as a result, I have a crown of irregular curls around my face that don't really go with the rest of my hair.
So, swine flu fever fear is gripping the world it seems. While my thoughts are with those affected, the paranoia of people who will probably never be affected never ceases to amaze me.
This morning, I sneezed. Hand up, tissue at the ready, and the person next to me got up and moved.
Now, had I been coughing, sniffing and generally looking like I might cark it, I'd have understood, but frankly this was downright insulting.
Then, the person she sat next to began to cough, and so the game of bus musical chairs began.
I swear that by her third move, it was other people that were trying to get away from her as they all clearly thought she was unhinged.
So anyway, today is Thursday, it's nearly the weekend and I'm very excited because tonight, I have a wedding bake trial with NikNak and Country Boy 1. I'm baking their wedding cake don't you know, and we need to check that asking me wasn't an act of insanity on NikNak's part.
I love baking. It's very therapeutic seeing a cake rise from a big blob of goo, then transforming it with icing, sprinkles and a whole host of other bits and bobs.
When I first began baking, I was rubbish. I used to put the timer on and forget that I wouldn't hear it go off. Once, I baked flapjack and forgot about it for so long that the kitchen smelt for weeks and the ingredients were so fused to the pan that I had to throw it away.
When I get my dream kitchen, I will make sure this never happens... somehow.
Does anyone know if you can get vibrating oven timers?
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