yay for sending the book off!!!
Thank you! I set myself the goal of July 31st to send it off...and I did it. So I'm very happy. It's definitely a move forwards :D xx
Ditto to what Lisa said! You sent it off!!!! How freaking exciting! Well done honey! I'm so proud of you. xoxox
Thank you Ash!! Your encouragement and feedback has been so wonderful :) xxxx
And may I say you look fabulous, darling.
Thanks darl, maybe it's all the yoga? ;)
Have you ever tried marmite rice cakes? I miss them soooo much!
I saw them in the supermarket! I've only recently been won over to Marmite so might have to give them a go :D x
Big congrats to you on Day 2 of your challenge AND sending your book off. Can't wait to hear how that all turns out. You Rock!!! So amazing for you!
Thank you darling! It's a step forwards if nothing else :) xx
Congratulations honey!As a glutenfreer (flutengreer?!) myself I absolutely relate to the darned delicate nature of the bread. There's a fantastic GF blogger here who has written a little bit about (some of) the bread, but she is also fantastic generally if you're planning a trip abroad and are glutenfree:http://www.glutenfreemrsd.com/2011/04/warburtons-fail.html
What a fab blog, thank you for sharing! And here I was thinking the Warburtons bread looked ok! The Genius one looks nice too. But the DS bread seems to hold together ok once you get your head around needing to be gentle. And it tastes nice! I am going to make my own GF bread this week too xx
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