I’ve cooked far too much food, two meat dishes that will feed at least 20 in total and two vegetable ones, ditto – each contains a bean or a … no, hang on, one contains chickpeas and the other haricot beans, and could be counted as a main course for a vegetarian, though none of our guests has mentioned being vegetarian, let alone vegan, which one dish is because – I can’t help it. I avoid nuts, dairy foods, wheat, anything that people are likely to be allergic to, in as many dishes as possible, which does limit me a bit (though there’s quite a wide variety too because it’s boring otherwise) but, I think, gives people who make the choice or have no option but to avoid certain foods scope to choose a decent range of dishes that lets them fit in and only mention it if they want to.
I lost interest a bit by the time it came to the next course and have poached pears in red wine and – oh, darlings, judge me harshly if you must – I have bought biscuits to go with them. Very nice biscuits of the French and Italian persuasion, but … bought. And there’s cheese. Obv.
Damn. I suppose I should have thought about biscuits to go with coffee before the meeting. I’ll have to check out the cupboard. I don’t eat them normally, so supplies are a bit random.
Anyhoo, moving on…
Year 10 Music today, which I enjoyed very much. A lovely class, quite a small one – that is, few in number, about a dozen (one of two Year 10 Music groups). I was observing in a governorish way rather than helping, but was able to give some advice (YES!!!!) on how to use the Cubase computer programme when needed – one pair couldn’t remember how to import a vocal track on to their music one. I knew. Hah.
I have no business being here, I should be working and will be shortly. I have slipped behind, there are three outstanding jobs, two of them important and one late, though not desperately. But I’m a leetle bit tired tonight and I think I’ve ground to a halt, so if it isn’t emailable, it isn’t happening. Which sounds tougher than it is, because most of it is emailable, though stuff has to be looked up first.
When I’m like this, I prob shouldn’t blog. I think I could do with a drink before long.