Throughout most of my childhood, I had been told I had an ‘old soul’. I grew up around a lot of adults, had a lot of personal responsibility as a teenager, and (so my mother tells me) took on the challenges of burgeoning adulthood with a maturity far beyond my years. So it’s a little bit ironic, really, that I now quite enjoy partaking in a few more ‘childish’ activities.
It seems as if, almost over night, Spring has sprung. The air is full of the buzzing of bees and the calls of birds, the trees and flowers are looking spectacular, and most importantly – it’s a breezy and balmy 25 degrees! This is honestly my favourite weather.
This morning I pushed myself out of my comfort zone, running 10 kilometres…Not for the first time, but for the first time in a couple of years. I’m a bit sad that this morning is over, if I’m being honest.
So…how exactly does one write a book review?
I bet you thought you’d have to wait another 8 months before my next recipe post, hey? That’s how long it was between the last two…how terribly slack of me. But I promised you a savoury recipe, and I wanted to deliver. This lasagna is amazing. You can’t say I don’t keep my promises!
The Rio Olympics is on, but all I’ve been thinking of is another trip down memory lane, another Brazilian gathering of elite athletes…Today I want to get into the meaty parts of the 2014 Football World Cup.
They say laughter is the best medicine, but I can’t quite agree.