So. He is still completely glorious.
I just cannot get enough of this little guy. Though he doesn’t seem that little now. It feels like he’s grown so much already since we got him on 11 July. He is nearly four months old now; he was born on 10 April – right around our wedding bearversary. We will have lots to celebrate next Easter.
Anyway, back to mooning over our pup. I love him so much it’s unreal. He smells so unbelievably good. He has *that* puppy smell – I would guess this is similar to that newborn baby smell. He is so excitable and loving and fun! Also, he sleeps like the dead! It’s great; he will fall asleep on your lap and you can pretty much manoeuvre him however you like and he just sleeps! This is very handy when your bum has gone completely numb from sitting on the floor with him.
OHMYGOSH, WE SPOON! Also the best thing ever is that we spoon on the rug in our living room and watch TV. Be still my beating heart!
Stay tuned for more pupdates.
…that today is a good day. Thank you world. You have been kind.
Have a great weekend everyone.
dear me, i am not good at blogging. at least not with any real commitment. sorry world.
10 things that make me terribly happy
(as i hear it is good to focus the mind and that gratitude combats anxiety):
- 27 days 1 hours 13 minutes and 32 seconds until holiday time
- friends who, unprovoked, text to say they miss me
- my husbear
- weekend plans that i look forward to
- having finally, after 3.5 years, bought a vanilla-scented oil for my desk that makes it smell so much nicer around me
- tea. always. ok. maybe lattes too.
- shunning capital letters occasionally
- my husbear
- sunshine and longer, lighter days
- mutti being happy in her new job
genuinely, have a lovely weekend.
- As. If. Double date at Waffle House.
- Part of the needing to make more effort NY’s resolution.
- For my pasta-loving husbear. Also, “lasagne dip”. Only in America could an entire meal be classed as a ‘dip’.
- Profane (profound?) motivational posters.
- Dame Helen Mirren Is The Classiest Thing To Ever Happen On The Subway. Yes. She. Is.
- I have such a soft spot for elopements. #2 is basically our wedding. But with more (!) people in attendance! Ditto #24. Best way to get married. Hands down.
- Shall we elope again?
- Would make these if I had even half the ingredients! Good V-Day recipe.
- Enjoying this couples bucket list.
- In my next life…
- I love tattoos. This is great. GREAT. And dedicated!
- For my Sriracha-loving husbear. Da bomb.
Thank you. That is all.
As promised last week here is a post on the amazingly tasty dim sum we picked up at the Gloucester Green Farmer’s Market in Oxford a couple of Thursdays ago. There are three stalls there selling dim sum or dim sum-esque goodies. The middle photo below is of the momos we tried. Momos are actually Tibetan and Nepalese-style dumplings filled with either meat or veg. We went for the veggie options and got 10 for £3.50. They were delicious and came served with a tomato-based sauce which I’d happily take or leave. We added sweet chilli sauce and that worked well.
Next up we tried a more traditional pot-sticker style dim sum from SASHA. See above! These were 10 for £4.50 and were huge! You can have beef, chicken or veg or a combination. I can wholeheartedly recommend the beef ones. Oh yes! Drizzle over some soy and add some sweet chilli (which looked more like cherry sauce!) and you are truly in for a treat.
Safe to say that we will be going back for more dim sum. The momo food van also offered a sort of plate special where you can have half fried rice/half momos for £3.50 and that was a very popular option.
Click pictures to enlarge. Try not to lick the screen!