After a slight lack of ideas this week, I figured it was about time I did something a bit more interesting and random today. So come join me on a trip to (very) little Italy.
You’ll be relieved to hear that today is not about food. In fact, I’ve been so exhausted lately that I didn’t even cook anything tonight. About time that cheeky little monkey of mine remembered his sleeping pattern! Although the advantage is that less sleeping means more cuddling.
As I said yesterday, we are staying in the culinary field today. I’ve been quite busy with lots of activities lately, so I’m still trying to focus on “firsts” that sort of fit the schedule. Well, food always fits the schedule, as it’s simply a necessity (and happens to be something I love).
Today, I was made aware of the blog of one of the lecturers from my old university. In fact, he’s the one who first told me about the MA Translation course at Salford. The passion with which he described the university, the city and most importantly the School of Languages made me decide instantly that this was where I wanted to go.
I guess it’s hardly surprising that a baby who wakes up every one to three hours at night is not a morning person. Nor is his mother, for that matter. The rings under my eyes are big enough to make Saturn jealous and I have started forgetting things that seem impossible to forget. Turning on my end of the baby monitor is a classic (luckily we don’t really need it, as I can hear F. from the living room anyway.
Today was a busy day of appointments and yet another counter-protest against one of the right-wing marches. So that didn’t leave much time and I had to be creative with my “first” for the day. Continue reading
I’ve just been to the postbox. Obviously, that’s not a first, but what I posted certainly is.
Today, as promised, we leave the kitchen for something completely different.
I realize this blog has been quite focused on the kitchen lately, but I promise I’ve got some very different stuff planned for the near future.