Monday 27 February 2012: And back to normality we go...
731/365: ... with a shot of 'the things that went into making dinner'
The morning after the blipday before is a little like having a hangover. The next day's blip always looks a bit sad and bedraggled in comparison. I was absolutely blown away by the response to my 2 year blip yesterday though. Along with lots of gorgeous comments there were 46 favourites! Nearly double the number of favourites I've had on a single shot before. Gob-smacking!!
Thank you all for being so lovely!
I just wish my body had been lovely too. As I blipped yesterday afternoon, the migraine which had been threatening came in with full force. Though I get lots of migraines, about once a month I get a migraine which is so severe I can't stop throwing up and the agonising pain reduces me to tears. Yesterday was that migraine. And that was despite having been out and about early and then a nice long walk with Maddy later on in the morning. It was just the day for it, I guess. Anyway, it carried on until today - and I woke up with continuing pain and extreme light sensitivity - so couldn't go in to work.
By late afternoon I was feeling a bit better, so I made a veggie lasagne for dinner (and blipped the ingredients as I wasn't going to go anywhere to find me a better blip!) - which had been specially requested for yesterday by Felix. I'd failed to make it for him due to my full strength migraine, but a day late was still okay for him. He certainly LOVES his lasagne does our Felix. He ate three portions of it - and then had two puddings to wash it all down. If he gives birth to a small food shaped baby this evening, I wouldn't be surprised.
Other stuff today involved Maddy going on her second school outing. They are doing 'measuring' at the moment and so they measured a kilometre with a measuring wheel thingy - and though Maddy's just getting to that age where she has to pretend that things are bo-o-o-oring rather than exciting, she still couldn't help herself but be super dooper happy about getting to go out with the rest of her class. Every time she went to say 'yeah, we're going out to do *rolls eyes* measuring', a little grin emerged and she covered her mouth to try to hide it!
PS The kids also spent at least ten minutes laughing at each other and pretending each others bottom smelled...
PPS ... aren't you glad I didn't blip that?!