The Great Apron Swap 2010 continues. I've had so many lovely emails from people wishing to join in the fun. It's great to 'meet' so many more new faces. I've had a couple of ladies saying they couldn't get the email in my profile to work. If you are having trouble, just leave a message here, and I will get back to you. I would hate anyone to miss out because of technology. Oh and if you haven't emailed me with your details yet, please do.
So far we have 46 participants and the number is steadily growing. It's open until the 25th April, by which time I'll probably be wondering what on earth I've got myself into!!
Lunch today. I found a cheap and easy gluten free meal at the supermarket last Friday. After heating it in the microwave (worrying about what the plastic was made from and if it alone would kill me) I poured it into my plate. Goodness, it sure smelt very spicy, but that wasn't my biggest issue. Just look at the packaging...
And now, what it looked like on my plate... Are you seeing any resemblance? Saffron? Where? I thought saffron was bright yellow. And the peas? Brown balls more like. Very disappointing indeed. And no I didn't eat it, it was horrid.
But if honest packaging is important, what does my packaging say about me?? Oh dear.
Is there a glamorous way to patch jeans? Not that I'm glam or anything, I just don't want to look like my three year old. Crochet patches may be OK for her, but for me?? Any ideas will be gratefully recieved.