Today two new colleagues joined my team at work, we welcomed them with cake.
Today was another brilliant sunny day. I did my laundry, baked the week's loaf, then cycled to a pub for beer and pie.
Today was a brilliant sunny day. Neil helped me trim the willow at my allotment, I thanked him by feeding him beer and ice-cream.
Today was a brilliant sunny day. I missed a BBQ as I had to sort out boring things like car insurance and shopping returns.
Today I installed a VM on my new Macbook Pro and spent another evening on it. Oops.
Today my shiny new Macbook Pro arrived, and I spent all evening getting it used to me.
Today I ordered a courgette collection for the allotment, exciting!
Today I had a store-bought bread for breakfast for the first time since I started baking my own.
Today I took the train back to Oxford and finished reading my bread baking textbook (Daniel T. DiMuzio).
Today we indulged in an evening of cheap trashy DVDs (Zombieland and Cloverfield) while drinking beer. All we lacked was KFC.
Today I shopped and shopped. Uh oh.
Today I took a train to Plymouth to see Peter.
Today I studied hard about homofermentative (gay) and heterofermentative (straight) bacteria and the lactic and acetic acids they produce in bread. How interesting.
Today I grudgingly returned the wonderful freebies which a merchant had delivered to me by mistake. I guess it was the right thing to do.
Today I didn't have to make dinner as I have loads of leftover baked pasta from yesterday, so I went to bed early reading DiMizio's Bread Baking.
Today we planted the onions, garlic and beans at the allotment.
Today we had a great pub lunch with Ash and Monika. We went to the allotment and walked to town by the canal, returning to Jericho via a portal to watch the new Woody Allen film.
Today Peter came to see me in Oxford! I baked a very nice beautiful loaf for our breakfast this weekend, and steamed the pizza by mistake.
Today I took a walk at the countryside, my favourite tree was still asleep. Lazy bum.
Today I spent most of my evening answering a survey on shopping, and then spent the rest of the time shopping online. It's a trick!