I've stopped buying packs of ham etc, LINDY as I don't want the same thing two days running in a sandwich and I get worried by the third day, sniffing it, and so forth. Consequently I eat a lot of cheese and buy baby tins of tuna and make egg mayonnaise for sandwiches. One of the bugbear of living alone, I suppose !
We've decided to postpone our dinner till tomorrow. Don't quite fancy Rack of Lamb.... I haven't been sick, but I do feel a little queasy and have a strange taste in my mouth. Never mind, it'll keep and maybe we'll have it tomorrow. The birds enjoyed the remaining ham, which actually looked OK. Heather, I eat lots of those small tins of tuna - I especially like the ones flavoured with lemon. I have eaten tuna sandwiches for years, feeling quite virtuous that it was one of my helpings of "oily fish" which we're supposed to try to get each week, but last year I was disappointed to read that tinned tuna doesn't count! Boo! We have both fresh cut ham and those vacuum packed slices, but I have tried to cut down on eating it too often after hearing that we shouldn't have processed meat too often. We eat bacon only rarely. Don't even mention cheese - its a wonder I'm not yellow around the edges, the amount I get through. OG - Glad there have been no more fire alarms, such a nuisance. My OH bought me a present of a Euro Millions ticket for tonight! - perhaps we will be lucky, as we won a small amount on the Lottery the other day. Silly cards have been exchanged ("You're my favourite!!") but we don't usually buy gifts or flowers as its not long till our anniversary, when we do it all again.
Was going to put a pic of Malta on here, but now that my computer in its wisdom only shows me the reference number and not the actual picture, I can't upload it. Bah!!
Fishermen on the rocky shores....
The famous cathedral in Valletta. Edit: Not sure about that, now - there were so many churches and cathedrals, it might be a different one.
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