The best traditions are your own, right? Last night was the third annual Secret Vegetarian Festive Dinner: a smaller and more intimate occasion this year – not least because some people had to get to work the next morning – but as delightful and festive as ever. (You can tell we’re growing up, though… imagine eating at a table!) Many thanks to Abbi for her delicious pasta bakes, and to Saoirse for bringing a tasty array of desserts, and definitely to Paul for introducing cheese courses into our group We also toasted all of our absent friends, and here’s to seeing them all again in 2011…
An edition of Top Trumps devoted to Mullet Power
Any excuse to show off my latest TeeFury acquisition
Talking of absent friends, on Tuesday I had the very great pleasure of catching up again with not one but two lovely people: Rishal (whose business card is now sitting on my desk – fancy that) and Harriet (who I’ve barely seen since primary school). Great to catch up, and a perfect excuse for the Facebook stalking of others. Harriet and I even mused on the prospect of a Salusbury reunion, although to be honest it’s hard enough to keep up with people you still know! At least the rituals of Christmas ensure I can’t go too
long without seeing family again… so three cheers for the season of catching up, mulled wine and snow. Where would we be without you?