Food glorious food....

So I have been out to buy my lunch for the rest of the week (being on a tight budget means that although I would love to purchase a different culinary delight for myself every day it proves to be expensive!!) and decided to re-instigate my old favourite of houmous, pitta bread, cucumber and carrot sticks. I also treated myself to a pot of Rachel's Organic low fat raspberry yoghurt.

Not sure if it's too late to give up something for Lent (?) and having never done it before I thought I'd attempt to relinquish my incessant need for wheat. Having moved back in with my parents I am now eating a lot more carbs than I did before and am therefore starting to feel a tad porky, so I thought if I can eat less or no wheat for a while I might feel better and lose a couple of inches into the bargain. So I purchased some 'Free From' pitta breads during my trip to Sainsbury's and have been pleasantly surprised by how delicious they are, especially when toasted. Yum!!

I felt a little sad when I went to buy my lunch, a visit to Cath Kidston and the Steamer Trading Cookshop usually illicits joyful bounding around but today it just reminded me of the stark fact that I no longer have my own home and am unlikely to for quite some time. It also made me think yet again about the prospect of children, and I'll ask the question that I wonder if all potential Mothers ask themselves: how do you reconcile the thought of having children with the fact you still feel like a child yourself? As I get older I only find myself more confused about such things.

Sorry, a boring and very 'wordy' entry today. I promise a more flippant and photo-centric post will follow soon enough when I am feeling more like myself again!!

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