Today was a day when I got things done in spite of myself. After managing to hunt down someone on a nearby road crew who could move the truck that was parked across my driveway, I finally got to my lunch group. This was done via a local bakery.
Yes. I squibbed on making something, but I was tired. One of my friends at the group surprised me with a little box of a lovely home-made, gluten-free Buckeye Slice though. It is being savoured slowly…
Then I celebrated the fact that we have conditional approval on our financing (Yippee!) and treated myself to my first haircut in a l o n g time. It’s one of those things I stopped doing in order to save some cash. I’m tidier now. It feels good.
Turned out the hairdresser’s brother had just been diagnosed with MS, so I found myself giving a potted lecture on the subject …
After this, The Boy readily agreed to helping me with the shopping. Bless him.
We drove out to look at our block of land first. It remains where we left it. This was reassuring.
Then we hit the shops. Bread mix was bought and a couple of largish lumps of meat, alongside assorted other edibles. All that remains is the fresh vegetables – and that can wait. I have my regular IV tomorrow and no shopping will follow that.
I get taken to lunch on days when I have the drip; that’s always nice.
However, fear not! I will resume my posts listing what I bought where, and for how much. Just not tonight or tomorrow, ‘kay?
We’d bought some frozen fish fillets as something different and then thought we’d do home-made fish and chips for dinner.
That didn’t happen. I’m tired, he’s feeling down – we need nutrition not nasties.
So I mixed up a Vegan Tikka Masala instead. As you do.
I sautéed some onion, carrot and celery (natch!) in my French oven while I thought about what to do next. I decided a spoonful or two of Tikka Masala paste from a jar in the fridge would go well, so I fried that off and added some lite coconut cream, a tin of red kidney beans and a tin of chick peas.
Some Bok Choy was sliced and added – after I had persuaded the Accidental Cat that it was not something that she wanted to eat. This cat was definitely fed in the kitchen by her previous humans, the merest rustle of anything and she comes running.
Then the rest of the Tuscan Kale we were given on the weekend was sliced and added to the curry with a small red capsicum I diced.
I heated up a mix of some cooked brown and basmati rice I had in the refrigerator and dinner was served.
15 minutes from go to whoa. Fast food people. $5 worth.
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