Time certainly passes by faster and faster. I keep thinking that I blogged last week, but it actually was two weeks ago.
Almost two weeks ago, after work, Reece and I hit up the Perth Noodle Market for dinner. It’s a 10 day market being hosted as part of the Perth Food Festival. I thought it would be a good chance to test out some nice food. I was a little disappointed, the food was really nice and the portion size was good, but there wasn't anywhere as many noodles as I thought there would be. It should have just been called an Asian Food Market.
Reece was busy doing his assignment on his break. It’s the last semester and he is trying to do the work in his breaks predominantly. It’s pretty full on as he isn't really getting any time to relax but there are only two more assignments to go now.
I managed to finish this wee top. Another Quick 5 Hour Sweater that takes longer than 5 hours.
I had finished the yoke previously but decided to rip it and start again on smaller needles. Of course since I was then focused on getting it over with, I forgot to add button holes as an abbreviation to the written pattern. I had to add ribbon to close it as it was written but I don’t particularly like that type of closure and I will probably add some snaps along the yoke closure section instead, once I have gone to Spotlight and picked up some snaps.
I painted the ceiling in the living area over the weekend. I can finally organise to get new curtains. I didn't get too much paint on me this time and neither did Magnet.
Magnet provides an immeasurable amount of amusement. Here is helping me take pictures of my knitting….
Thinking the painting tape is a toy that is out of his reach….
Giving kitty approval to the slight rearrangement of furniture in the living area…
Helping to look at potential recipes…
I made some blueberry muffins Easter themed on the weekend. The best ones I have made. I think I have already eaten half of them. Sorry Reece...
And a Black and Blue – Berry pie from the Woman's Weekly Pie Recipe book. Turned out pretty good. I served it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for dessert while warm. But it is just as good on it's own. Don't worry, I didn't use Nanna's Berries.