Now I like them but one son said he wouldn't try them and the other tried three but said ooh no. I ate most of them. I like them but I'm not sure they were worth the energy of the oven unless you are cooking at the time, a pie or crumble would probably have been eaten by us all.
On the way form visiting my mother in law we posted a parcel as my son sold a puzzle on ebay. He made £2.50 which he didn't think was great but as he finished it ages ago he thought it was better than nothing. We were going to donate it to charity shop last week and he said he would give it a try on ebay.
I had some time on the garden this afternoon with my book.
I'm reading Dublinesque which I'm taking a while to get into, but I'm of the mind at the moment that it may improve and I don't want to give up on it just yet. It's from the library and I really need to get on the site and order some more as I find I get what I want that way. If I just go in and browse I never know what to pick up.
We had curry for tea, Dopiaza sauce from Aldi chickpea and veg for the vegetarians and chicken for the meat eaters. I worked it out and it cost 70p for my plate with everything on, the chicken curry was more like £2 per plate due to the chicken breasts. Much cheaper to be a vegetarian. The vegetables were frozen on
this occasion. (All items bought while shopping on Saturday so no spending today)
We have been for a walk this evening down to the park as it was a bit cooler, no one is bored and we don't intend to be but that doesn't we will be spending money on loads of activities either. We are going to the pool on Thursday, Dip for a quid for the kids and I use my membership ( which will expire in September) also meeting some friends tomorrow so lets hope for another sunny day.
I don't intend on being part of the statistics that show parents spending hundreds on holiday activities. They can amuse themselves sometimes you know, and if they can't now then the worry is they might never be able to.