I am 29. The best thing about being 29 is not being 30 yet! In between juggling the busy lives of our four rapidly growing children, working part-time in community care, running the local toddler group and serving as a youth leader at church, I endeavour to find time to read, play the piano, and try to learn the ukulele alongside Will, make and sew things, and work on the house.
I am 31. There is nothing special about being 31. I have no one favourite food, I enjoy pretty much all food. I like to cook food, eat food, read about food, photograph food, and watch other people cook food on TV. This year I bought a pizza stone for the BBQ – a sound investment in food. I changed jobs this year, and am enjoying my work again after a dreadful year at 2e2. I have a wonderful family.