I have a theory that mostly people get stuck on the details and don't see the bigger picture. At least I hope so when it comes to my crazy, chaotic, colourful home.
I have a theory that the mail you pick up in the morning dictates the type of day you'll have.
Too many bills - not so great.
No mail - blah.
An invitation or postcard - fun.
A surprise prezzy - WOHOOOO!!!!
Today I had a GREAT day!!
Thanks beautiful Dria and family for this amazing, amazing, amazing parcel of wool from Israel. The most wonderful present of all. xx
I have a theory that kale added to any meal automatically makes that meal extra healthy.
Tonight we ate kale in our pasties and in the salad. Healthy ++
I have a theory that once these last few tomatoes are finished, I can go without for the next six months if I find something to eat on my toast instead.
In the last few days I've tried pickled beetroot, semi dried tomatoes, pickled cucumbers and olives but I'd still prefer a little, rosy red cherry.
I HAD a theory that I would come home from Israel and cook Middle Eastern every day, but I really haven't. Except once.
Maybe I should have had a theory about focusing on the actual food more and the eating less.
I made 20 of these felt caravan book marks for some sales people out of that felt I bought last week. I hope they like 'em.
I have a theory that if you pop some interesting detail at your front door, people might not notice the enormous pile of shoes and gum boots. Maybe?
Actually, maybe that theory doesn't really work. If they don't notice them they're more likely to trip over them. Not so good after all.
And I have a theory that the excitement of winter's first broccoli is right up there with the excitement of spring's first asparagus and summer's first berries. Yum!
I have more.
But that's probably enough for now.
Do you have a theory on one of my theories, or a theory or two of your own?
I'm all ears.