What a busy few days as ever of Sarah Wilsoning, failing to go to my allotment, doing work all day long at time for tea, uni, play centre, art gallery. Too much excitement, I’m tired now.
Also- I have left the house in the evening…babyless TWICE in three nights. Omg I know. Went to see Jack off Jill with the lovely Charlotte on Monday, the loves of mine and my friend Billies lives when we were younger; it was very weird with crayons being pulled out of peoples vaginas (the band not mine!) And blood all over, was ace though. Last night was a much more calm evening out; me and David went to see Suffragette whilst his mama watched the babies. It was brilliant, I love Emmeline Pankhurst she is one of my favourite people of all time- but I really loved that she was hardly portrayed in this film, the film focuses on the stories of a group of normal working class women and how they end up being part of the Suffrage movement and how it impacts on their lives. The characters are mostly fictional but that was nice too as they portray the feelings of many of the women at the time without repeating well known stories; apart from that of Emily Wilding Davison. Anyway yes go and see it, you will cry and feel very insignificant by the end of it!
So, week 3 of the IQS 8 week program. I have to say it isn’t that inspiring, the other weeks meals have been a bit more interesting but all I seem to be eating is butternut squash. I haven’t been sticking to it though really; the breakfasts don’t happen much and we just have low or no sugar cereal, porridge or toast with peanut butter or homemade nutella
I don’t care to be honest though its not as if I am eating pastries and cocopops for breakfast. I have had one sugary item this week though I must confess, but anyone who denies themself of this in this period of the year is a sadist…parkin! Yessss, I don’t think you can make sugar free parkin it would be just wrong.
I did make some no sugar biscuits this week with chocolate buttons containing xylitol which sounds like it is sciency crap but it is an extract of birch bark and it actually good for your teeth!
The biscuits were nice but I can’t say the chocolate buttons tasted like anything but a waste of £2.
Right, Davids late shift tonight so it is time for me to get pjs on and cut out beaks and wings for bird related crafts at home ed art group tomorrow. We only have half the hall tomorrow because there is an exhibition at the studio so we shall see how that goes.
Good night xx