Oops. It’s Thursday again. I had at least two posts that I wanted to write before we got here. One was about the space thing I mentioned last time. I guess that will have to wait, sorry.
Here are some of the things I am thankful for this week:
Breakfast date and good advice
J and I went out for a breakfast date on Saturday. We were already up early because our community had its annual photo that morning. We had heard about a nice cafe just down the road and decided this was a great opportunity to check it out. When we got there I saw that the menu had Nutella bombs!
Now I understand if you don’t know what a Nutella bomb is; I myself only learnt about them a couple of months ago. It is basically a Nutella milkshake, usually with a jam (or Nutella?) filled doughnut sitting on top of the glass with the straw pushed through it. I’ve never had one before, so all this is just what I’ve heard from others. The Nutella bomb at this cafe had a chocolate brownie on the top.
I really wanted to get one, I’ve never tried it before and I LOVE Nutella. But J convinced me that I wouldn’t be able to fit it in with breakfast as well. So I made him promise that we’d come back some other time for a Nutella bomb. Actually, I don’t think I made him promise, I just told him that we had to come back another time.
This is what they look like. When I tried to search online for Nutella bomb I couldn’t find it but it turns out the rest of the world (or just Sydney?) calls them Tella Ball Shakes. If you click on the picture you can get the story about how they were created/invented.
At the end of breakfast I realised J was right. I’d only had a bowl of toasted museli with berries and yoghurt, with a glass of fresh juice, but I knew I definitely couldn’t have fit a Nutella bomb in as well. Sorry I don’t have a picture of the food (it was delicious), but I’ve never been in the habit of taking photos of my food. But when I have a Nutella bomb or Tella Ball Shake I’ll try to remember to take a photo!
A driver swap
As you know, our community organises a car pool to get to and from college each day. This week I’m thankful for the driver who was willing to swap times with J and I so that we could get home a little bit earlier for an appointment we had to get to.
Final assignment done!
Last night I submitted my final assignment (ever! J said, but I told him to never say never, or ever). As far as final assignments go it was a pretty easy one to finish on. It was the second of a two part research assignment where we had to reflect upon an application of our research and what we have learnt through the process. And as maybe you can tell by the name of this blog, I don’t mind reflecting much at all.
What are you thankful for this week?