We miss our 'girls' that gave us such lovely eggs each day, so I was pleased to find these really large fresh ones for £1 this morning.
These cakes are M & S 'seconds' if you can call them that! Absolutely delicious and at £2 just the thing with a cup of coffee after a hard morning trailing round the stalls!
Isn't he lovely!! That moustache! They don't have them like that any more. Although my grandad did - his was for straining tea through!!!
Anything that will help with arthritis is a good thing.
It all seems so simple. Just follow the illustrations.
In the 1980s I had a course of acupressure from a lady called Pola Rest (unusual name and she went off to drive lorries across America I think!). However, it was a life-changing thing for me. Don't ask me how, but I became a fitter, brighter, more confident person after my sessions with her, so I have always felt drawn towards acupressure and reflexology type things. Acupuncture seemed to do nothing at all for me when I tried it.
I realised, when I got the book home (another £1), that I already had a copy, albeit an older one, so I think something/ somebody is trying to tell me that I need another session or some self-treating.
If I end up looking like the lady on the front cover I shall be well pleased.
Seriously though, have you tried it or practised acupressure and have you found it helpful?
The author has quite a comprehensive web site if you want to find out any more about him.
Hope you have all had a fruitful weekend. Just off for a cup of tea and a piece of cake!