Yummy Panna Cotta and Football

Didn't have much time to sit down and write yesterday so thought better do so today. Yesterday I was SOOOOOOOOOO proud of myself as I made the most wonderful Panna Cotta courtesy of a recipe card from Waitrose. It was absolutely divine, and the family seemed to think so to because they all literally licked their dishes clean ( I must confess I did too). My mate Lorraine also enjoyed it as I made an extra one for her to sample - I gave it to her as we were going to walk the dog and she warned her daughter not to touch it (lol) it brought that advert to mind where the girl says "touch my food, feel my fork" Enough of the Panna cotta.

Football also featured in my day, Chelsea v Man Utd, the referee Graham Poll was appalling in my opinion, a bit card happy - he should have just let the game flow but as on previous occasions when I have watched him ref he is too full of his own importance.

Mother in Law up staying for a few days, been taking her out and about and she is loving it. She absolutely adores her cat so we went into the pet shop to day and bought a cat house, so she can relax if she is out and it starts to rain knowing the cat has a dry spot.

Funny thing really, doing all the usual everyday things, keep checking the news to see if there is any news on Maddy missing in Portugal. What a nightmare !!!!

Teenage angst is rife in my house, roll on a bit of peace and harmony - I shall say no more.

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