This week, I launched a new blog where I’ll be writing news, reviews, tips and tricks for the Nintendo Switch. Check it out here: World of Switch.
There’s a tea shop in Richmond called T2. They sell tea.
It’s looking pretty likely that we’ll be back for more soon.
More info here: https://www.t2tea.com
As I wrote in a previous post, we recently set the wheels in motion to move back to London. Today was the big day!
It started out as a very dark and cloudy day. But by the time the movers got here and started moving things, things brightened up a bit.
There was a minor casualty: our sofa didn’t fit down the narrow hallway into our lounge. We ended up asking the movers to take it away. Not their fault. However, we’ve been wanting to get new furniture anyway – and we have a couple of chairs that will make do for now. I also think it would’ve been a bit cramped with the sofa in here. It’s not so bad.
Speaking of which, here’s how part of our new lounge looks:
I decided to stack up all of the empty boxes:
On Tuesday we’ll be picking up Maisie from the cattery. We thought it would be a lot simpler to finish packing, do the move, and do most of the unpacking without a cat in the house with us. Maisie will come into a brand new home, which will take a bit of getting used to (she’ll do her usual exploration of the place first). We know she’ll settle more quickly if we aren’t unpacking things around her.
Back to work on Wednesday. It’s going to be a long week!
Today we had lunch at Pizza Express. They have good gluten-free options; any pizza can be made on a gluten-free base. There are also starters and desserts. We skipped dessert but had starters.
You can get the Pizza Express dough balls as a gluten-free dish. I had these followed by a Diavolo pizza on the gluten-free base.
Overall, a good lunch, and a menu that clearly indicates what’s gluten-free. Pizza Express are definitely worth a trip.
As we’re moving house on Monday, several people have asked if we’re packed. Well, not completely, but we don’t have much stuff to pack.
Here’s what we’ve packed so far:
For a comparison, here’s how things looked for one of our previous moves – not the last one, but the one before that. This was taken in December 2012.
It’s good to see we haven’t accumulated much stuff since then.
If email takes up too much of your time, you can adopt the model suggested by five.sentenc.es.
Write your email responses in no more than five sentences (and it’s ok to write shorter responses than that).
You could also adopt this approach for your blog posts.
If you can say it in five sentences, why say it in more?
Gluten-free lunch options can be notoriously difficult to find. Many restaurants are good, but if you want something quick, gluten-free sandwiches can be tricky.