Saturday was CyberMummy Day which I'm sure has been covered on quite a few other blogs. I will just summarise be saying it was fab to see my old bloggy friends and great to meet a few new ones.
Today however, on a waltz round the local Sainsbury's, I think I died and went to heaven. (The Ball & Chain thinks I've gone insane though.)
Here it is:
Non, nom, nom.
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