Thursday, February 01, 2007

Dear Diary,

I could have got used to my sick-leave. Few days ago we went skating and came back to home when the sky was dark, almost violet. The snow was creaking and it shone like small stars had fallen on it's untouched surface. I told the cubs to look at it and they did, shouting: Yuck! We're in the Barbie World!



Today I was back at work. While I had been away there were mostly brilliant things and few minor catastrophes happened. But basically I went to see a building by the sea, had some coffee and bun, wrote something, ate excellent wasabi-tofu with sea weed, walked around to see the brilliant things and had some coffee with our lovely guest, who told that the biscuits we were eating had the same name I have.

After my tiring day, I was told about the skiing school and the first missing tooth, we went to the sauna and I found the surprise my dog had left into our bed.

9 comments:

Dave said...

Oooh. Your real name is Garibaldi?

Bowleserised said...

Or Bourbon? Rich Tea?

Taiga the Fox said...

Oh, it's just HobNob.

I went for biscuits accidentally here. Look at how many of them...mmm. And they have tasted even the
Finnish odd ones.

BiB said...

Oh dear, couldn't poor old Laika wait?

I think of nothing but biscuits, but they are streng verboten in this house... and I'm still as fat as a barrel. Alas. Alas...

Sopwith-Camel said...

Tofu, Seaweed, lucky you. Was there just a hint of wasabi on the tofu, or was it smothered? I love the combination of tastes when wasabi is mixed with soy-sauce, but I can't eat it alone, or even just smeared on tofu.

mimi buzzard said...

What a naughty dog!

Taiga the Fox said...

I almost sent the poor old Laika back to the moon with a tin, when I saw and yes, hurtfully felt all the tiny pieces of metal all over the sheets.

S-C, tofu was, as they called it, wasabi-marinated and it was really, really delightful.

Sopwith-Camel said...

I must learn ho to do the wasabi-marination in that case.

And when I made the first comment, I hadn't seen the photo because of the slow loading time on my link, but it appeared today when I scrolled down the page. It is really magnificent, one of the best break-the-rules photos I have seen.

Taiga the Fox said...

Well, S-C, thank you. Apparently there was something good in it after all :)