Thursday, 31 May 2007


We bought a new swing from Ikea last weekend, and the kids have been having so much fun on it. There is something lovely about swinging isn't there, Well worth its money already. Haven't blogged for days because I promised myself the next post would be something handmade! oh well, it isn't. next time.

Just been looking at photos saved on my camera and found some I was going to blog about but didn't, from a recent visit to the Japanese food shop in cardiff. I love going there, and usually try to pop in when I go to Cafe Junior(which is a great place, if you are ever in Cardiff with small childen in tow), as its just round the corner. Heres what I bought this time.

Those pink things, I only bought for the packaging, and because they were cheap. they were also horrible.

These were really yummy though, like pocky.

And these were yummy too, not Japanese, from Korea I think but I cant remember 100%, but they were really nice(despite scary looking potato on the front), we tucked into them on the way home. The other things in the picture are buckwheat noodles and sesame seeds(nice packaging), still in their shells, which you crack open and eat a bit like pistachios. yum.

Also got grape scented incense from the reduced section. how I love grape flovoured things, Britain doesn't do grape anything, such a shame.

Now however, my house is grape-scented.


Lucy Locket said...

Hi - the swing looks great! I couldn't post a photo like that of my children - their feet are always black with mud - don't know where it all comes from! "Fred" has slept in his slippers a few times lately so I don't see how dirty his feet are - perhaps I should look into the option of giving them a bath now and then - what do you think????

weirdbunny said...

I didn't know there was a japanese food shop in Cardiff.

Laurie looks so happy on the swing !

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