*Twinkle* started work this week. Being Japan, this means leaving the house just after 8am and returning at about 10pm – it’s set to stay that way for the next 6 months or so.
Anyhow, in order to do my best to help her cope with this gruelling schedule, I am now doing all the housework. In the past couple of days I’ve done two lots of washing, brought the futon down from the loft and put it out on the balcony to air, hoovered the living room (the first time it’s been hoovered since we moved in in October; up until now we’ve just been scooping up the fluff when it forms big enough piles in the corners of the room), cleaned the filter on the bathroom extractor fan, made a new heat/cold proof curtain for the loft, sorted out all the rubbish for recycling and deposited it in the appropriate bins at the supermarket, and made a laundry basket.
Perhaps my most important task however is preparing the meals for when *Twinkle* comes home after a hard days work.
Here is today’s creation. It’s called “Omelette a la soggy”. The black bits are actually sesame seeds – a nice touch don’t you think?
If any mumblers have any recipes that you’d recommended for a Creme de la Creme Chef (a la moi) do send them in.