Cambridge outing and food food food

Jon came home from work yesterday morning to find me still in bed. For every normal person that would be normal, to still be in bed at 10.30 am on a Saturday. But since Jon was up at 5.30 for work both Sat & Sun he was shocked to find me in bed. He was also hyper on 4 cups of coffee so he had this plan to take me to Cambridge. I had plans to study and prep food and bake bread, but they that could wait right…?
So it’s Sunday now and I have officially 4 days left at work. Friday I will be unemployed. Not looking forward to the whole job hunting thing, but it might make way for something new and interesting. I am trying to stay positive and not worry too much.
Here some pics from the weekend:
Cambridge ready
Nice day in Cambridge but cold cold cold, or so thought the sunflowers.
Jon waiting.
Jon was waiting for me outside a store, waste of time running around stores torturing myself when I have no money to buy anything with.
Jon in Cambridge
Caroline in Cambridge
I started cooking. Emma at work, her friend went to Thailand and went on a cooking course. This is the recipe she got there for authentic red thai curry. With homemade red curry paste.
ChilliesMaking the pasteRed thai curry paste
I cheated a bit with the paste. You’re suppose to use a mortar, but I just made it in the food processor.

Authentic red thai curry

Mmm it turned out really nice. Jon couldn’t eat it though, it was too hot he thought. And I didn’t even use half the paste I was suppose to use. :D
Lots of food, this is turning in to some sorta food blog. oh well, bare with me…

A life in pics

Rabbit gift

I’ve started taking random photos which is always a good start to waking up this blog again.

Rabbit gift

 The rabbit I got from Mr and Mrs Nilsson when I moved to the UK. Very nice indeed!
Long exposure

 Jon and I were experimenting with long exposures settings on the camera.

Mango & carrot
 Mango and carrot, am and pm snack at work. Mmm love our Market in town.
Grapefruit juice & musli
 Freshly squeezed grapefruit juice and musli.
 Body pump @ home

 

 One of the recipes I’m making this weekend, who would’ve known I’d become such a food freak. From being a single girl eating take out every night, not being able to cook anything from doing all sorts of foreign stuffs. It’s fun!
Asian groceries
Went crazy in the Chinese store in town
Rain
It was raining this morning. A lot!

Sunday thoughts

So, it’s Sunday again. I’m looking ahead at a full working week. But my last for this company. The week after I finish on the Thursday along with all my other colleagues at the advice centre, because it’s closing down. We did not have the funding come through that we tendered for. It’s unfortunate for P’boro coz I think the services we provide are very valuable for a lot of people. But that’s politics for you…
Even though it puts me and Jon in a more tight situation I’m not overly worried which is a relief. I will take some time finding a new job, a new challenge and while doing that I will catch up with my web design course and do some other more useful things with my time. I am sure Jon will appreciate me doing all the dishes again as well… hehehe…
We’ve had some other options coming up recently that we have been considering, but no decisions have been made. But we are open for a relocation again. It might turn out that the circumstances now are not the best. So I will learn to practice patience, not my best quality but hey…
I’m also hoping my that my upcoming unemployment can give me some time to pick up my blogging again. I like blogging. I like sharing, I like summarizing for my own sake, I like writing and I like using my random photos somewhere. Here we go:

 

Started yesterday with a cheese toast. Haven’t had one of those in a while, because I have been trying to lose weight. But ONE can’t make that much of a difference, can it?

 

We made my favorite: baked butternut squash with rosemary & thyme (and we added sun-dried tomatoes) with parmesan and tagliatelle. YUM!