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Each Friday, I would like to share a word of the week with you. Something that summarises what I’ve been up to, how I’ve felt and how life is generally going. I’d love if you’d share your own in the comments or even join in with the link up if you are a blogger. (You can find the details at the bottom of this post.) It can be so therapeutic to reflect on what’s been happening, good or bad. It will be nice to look back on these posts in the future too!
This week I have chosen the word Crisp
Please don’t laugh at me for this one. Yes, my word of the week is crisp. Simply because that is all I have been craving. Much to my husbands dismay as he absolutely loves crisps and normally gets away with keeping his stash safe as before pregnancy I was all about the chocolate. Now, no crisp is safe. Well, except from the Aldi version of Doritos. They just don’t taste right!
Every day, at any time. All I want is the salty goodness. Sweet snacks just don’t have my attention any more. I had obviously heard of cravings during pregnancy, but I though they were akin to when you occasionally fancy a certain dinner and then feel really happy once you’ve had it. Oh no no. One bag just will not do!
I’d like to follow this by saying that I am of course staying relatively healthy and not going over board, as much as I’d love to. I’m keeping the diet balanced and making sure fruit and veg are still a regular feature. This paragraph is mostly in case my mum reads this and begins to panic. I have to cover myself!
Food aside, crisp is also the perfect way to describe many of the mornings we’ve had this week. After so many days of very warm sunshine it has definitely been a lot cooler. I can’t say I mind it. We’re at home after all and I’m lucky enough to be comfortable inside and out. I’m also partial to a good blanket so a bit of a chill is always welcome.
You can read my last word of the week post here.
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