Tuesday, 15 February 2011

In case you didn't believe me about the soup

It's very green

I thought I'd share a picture of my delicious supper today as I am a bit under the weather and didn't see anything interesting in the course of my day. 

More travel excitement this evening meant I got home at 8:30, so I'm pretty dead. 

The most exciting thing to happen today was that my Going Out bit about an event in Northern Ireland got left in! I feel sorry for Northern Ireland, they don't get anything good said about them, and they're always being excluded from deals and competitions and the like. I hope that my mention of a photography exhibition helped a bit. I try to promote events that aren't in London or any of the big cities as much as possible. A lot of Londoners seem to think they are the centre of the world. For grumpiness, maybe, but not for fun!

I spent about an hour trying to come up with an interesting webpage for the Register this afternoon. I was already feeling a bit ill, but it was compounded by my internet nous failing me! I felt awful. Any suggestions/reminders of the best bits of the interweb would be much appreciated (especially if you have/know of a quirky blog that could do with a bit of promotion). 

That's about it for tonight. I'm going to try to have a proper early night, so I feel less fragile in the morning.



  1. Looks pretty good to me! What kind of soup is it? Hope you feel better soon!

  2. What a lovely post!
    And you have a amazing blog!
    Maybe we can follow eachother


  3. Thank you, I do feel better today. It is pea soup, but without the usual ham and with plenty of cream and butter!

  4. Dear K, I was going to ask what sort of soup it is but of course it's pea! It's a lovely colour anyway.

    Are you from Northern Ireland? I'm only asking because I am too. I was born there but left when I was four.

    Thank you for your kind comments by the way xx

  5. Christina, you're very welcome! I'm not from Northern Ireland, but I've been there (once, but I'd like to go back!). I've noticed that at the end of a lot of adverts (here and in Ireland), they always have a 'not in Northern Ireland' disclaimer, which seems very unfair! I was born in England but have lived in Scotland for much longer and my parents are South Africans, which makes me... confused.