Mum made me one of these last night. It was delicious and if I'd not just cleared out my kitchen I'd be tempted to buy one myself, but I want to keep the space I've made free for a bit longer. I'm not a big coffee drinker anyway, so having one a week will be a real treat.
I've not been to Lidl since 23rd December and the first thing to go in the trolley today was a bunch of roses. I haven't bought any flowers since the Christmas decorations went up and it's lovely to see some colour again.
I also bought a bird feeder, nuts and fat balls. I've not seen any sign of the Robin this year so this is a bid to entice him back to the garden. Other birds are also welcome of course.
The kitchen is finished. I threw away a black bag full of stuff so I'm feeling good about that. Next on the agenda is the Xbox room. This room stumps me to be honest. We need and use everything that's in it but it always looks untidy. Mostly it's full of Thomas' bits and bobs, Mark's photography equipment and paperwork which we have tonnes of. The box in the bottom right hand corner is overflowing with swords, guns and shields spilling out into the corner.
I realised that no matter how much I thin this lot out there will never be enough room for everything to be put away neatly, so I ordered another one of the wider shelves from Argos. I ordered on line at 12.30pm and delivery will be tonight between 7pm and 8.30pm. We couldn't get them in the car so would have had to pay anyway, but even for same day delivery we were only changed the standard price of £3.95 which I thought was really good.
And so Project January continues. To clear and clean and keep on going, even when the going gets tough.
We're off out for our dancing lesson now. I can remember the Waltz but not the other two, so we'll have to start from scratch.