The business is picking up but at the moment we've yet to see a cashflow coming in so things are pretty stretched and tight at the moment. Making me very depressed.
Well my boy finally left for Wellington. Things didn't go quite to plan for him to start with, but things seem to have come right now. I was worried about him for a while but I'm so pleased he's okay, such a relief.
We had these gorgeous wee things for a few nights while their mum and dad went off for a break for their wedding anniversary. They were so good and we had lots of fun. Miss Sophia is so cutelicious. She's working on her smile. She tends to crunch her nose and squint her eyes.
I've lost a bit of weight, not much, but I aim to get back into healthy eating again very soon when once the food budget isn't quite so tight.
There is a bakery here in Rotorua that caters for theprimal/paleo lifestyle.
The “Cavie” follows the pre-historic cavemen or hunter gatherers’ instincts for only ‘High Protein’ ingredients.
Today we call this the Palaeolithic Diet or simply ‘Paleo-diet’ - a Stone Age Old Fashioned Food Concept, a CLEAN PROTEIN-RICH Caveman's Meal that is gluten free, (no wheat or grains) dairy free, bean/legume free, as well as peanut, sugar and potato free!
Can't wait to try this one.
I came across this and thought what a neat idea. We have lots of pellets at the workshop as this is what our alloy is packed in. What a simple but effective idea. Spotlight is just around the corner from where I work so I can get some stencils as well. I might make that my weekend project.
So that's a bit of an update.
I will be in a much better headspace next time I post, which hopefully won't be too far away.
Grandbaby no. 4 is overdue.. . . .
Ciao for now.