With all the decorations and cards down now, it feels like a different house I live in. Truly, taking the cards and decorations down really does make such a difference: More space, less clutter, and a seemingly brighter room. So now as I sit and look around the newly brighter room, listening to a nice bit of Leona Lewis, (Glass heart album) I’m definitely in a better frame of mind! The information I was expecting has arrived, a contact from some dear friends, and the promise of longer days all helped.
So I’ve decided to make my infamous chocolate cheesecake (Mainly because I have a part pack of biscuits and two tubs of chocolate Philadelphia to use. It’ll be just the ticket after our meal of home-made vegetable lasagna tonight. My daughter made it a week or so back and we froze it, I am hoping it will be edible as I have never frozen a vegetable lasagna before, it won’t be all soggy and inedible surely?
The TV is pretty good at the moment too, with new series starting all the time (or so it seems), we quite like dancing on ice (from which Pamela Anderson was evicted last night). Additionally there have been some of my more morbid fascination – true murders. It fascinates me how a person can actually kill another. And of course I also love Murder she wrote which is far less gruesome. And a new series to me has caught my eye is BBC’s Nature’s Weirdest Events: In the programme, they take a look at the strange and bizarre happenings around the world, from the ocean turning to foam to the biblical plague of critters, and fish falling from the sky, not to mention huge lumps of ice falling from the sky! It’s got me hooked, but alas the last episode has been taped on my PVR and I just hope the BBC have the sense to commission a new series. Have look at this video about a plague of mice
Best wishes to you all