Right at the start of the month Dan has saved us £70+ a year on insurance.
The largest expense other than the shelving unit was having the buns vaccinated, there's a new strain of one of the diseases so we're going back in two weeks for that vaccination too, we were given the option but there's no point taking the risk. The two new fence panels arrived, we already had some stain so didn't need to buy that, and our neighbour offered to pay half even though we explained that the fence was our responsibility. I also had a night out celebrating a 40th birthday, I even had a little dance! I only spent £11 on that which was surprising, and I was so tired the following day we stayed in and watched winter sports.
We are now sorted out for houseplants too, we went to the local garden centre but there was only a small selection so ended up at B&Q where we bought a Mother In Law's Tongue and a fern, Dan loves ferns so there we go. We thought as we were there we'd look for a lamp, not really expecting to find anything suitable. What do I know, there was one perfect size and shape and even had a concrete base, win win win.
I can't believe I forgot to take a picture of the pizza Dan made on Wednesday, it was delicious, with enough left over to take a slice each out with us to stop us feeling tempted to eat out when we went to Lancaster the following day. Speaking of which I am really cross with myself wasting £2.40, I bought some pesto but when we got it home it had cheese in. I don't know if it had been put back in the wrong place or if I was just absent minded and didn't check. Dan will take it to work as we had opened it before noticing, someone will take it I'm sure.
A few things we ate this week
A kind of veggieball marinara sub/ yellow curry with cashews and brown rice/ veggie rolls.
bread/ bulgur salad with roast veg and pumpkin seeds/ roast sweet potato.
Not much else to report,