I am looking forward to sitting on the couch tonight watching Heston Blumenthal and eating home made red duck curry. I bought some roast duck legs, microwaved them (who knew you could do that!?!) and put them in a saucepan with a heap of vegies - carrots, beans, snow peas, mushrooms, capsicum, spring onions, and red curry paste, garlic, tinned pineapple and coconut milk. I can't wait to eat it!
I've seen another comedy show, this time Josh Earl. He did a show about the Women's Weekly Children's Birthday Cake Book. Most Australians around my age would have seen this awesome book! I loved it. Yesterday I bought myself an updated, yet inferior version of the book. Josh's show reminded me of all those great cakes - the stove, the sewing machine, the cake of kisses and the duck with a chip beak. I loved the innovation of it all. Two BBQ chips can make a duck beak! Well, I never...
I've also had a great reaction to my article on DiVine. So many lovely comments on the site and also to my email and blog. Thank you to everyone :)
Today I saw my dermatology team and they were very pleased with DiVine. Just to clarify though, the mention about the dermatologists in the article did not refer to my current ones! They are all fantastic. I'm just not keen on the large dermatology gatherings where I am an exhibit. The head dermatologist hopes my blog can attract new skin treatment suggestions.
The DiVine online editor contacted me congratulating me on the response to my article. Their traffic has been up thanks to new visitors to the site. He has also asked me to modify another blog entry for the site. I will keep you updated :)
Things have been busy, but I'm touching the sky! The opportunities I have are amazing, and so is the support I've been receiving.