Well, well, well . . . . look what arrived in the post today all the way from Wales.
It is the missing part to Valleys Mam's Sunday Roast
It must have been held up at that famous railway station:
Seriously, there was a misunderstanding and so I am posting Part 2 of the roast today! Sorry Valleys for the confusion - Eddie strikes chaos yet again LOL.
I'm surprised there is any left from the weekend and my cooking has not turned into my usual lump of charcoal.
Which two blogs would you recommend for roasting?
Change of Personnel and Dylan Jones Evans
That concludes the formal aspect of the interview but it would be nice to get to know you a little better while you are slowly turning on the roasting spit. So while you are screaming in agony above the open fire here are a few more questions for you.
Pick three things you can't live without.
Books, aero mint chocolate and Spooks
(Glad someone else is addicted to Spooks! What a finale to the series just finished)
If you could live your life again who would you be, and why?
Cleopatra, loved the eyemakeup
You have been given a wonderful talent from above. This causes you to make your mark on humanity and be world famous. In which area would prefer: a best selling novelist, a brilliant artist, a gifted musician, a fantastic singer, a charismatic leader, anything you choose, and why?
A fantastic singer ,well I am Welsh lol
(I think all Welsh people are great singers - must be the lyrical way you all speak)
If you were an ice cream cone, which flavour would you prefer and who would you most want to lick you?
Vanilla and Alan Rickman
(So now we know LOL)
With my family by the sea in West Wales, lunch in the Harbourmaster's, leisurely stroll after then settle down to read and a snooze before going home for a family dinner.
If you were a fiction writer which one would you be and why?
Lynda La Plant - I just think she is funny happy lady with a great story telling ability.
What was your most embarrassing moment?
One New Years day staying with my cousin in London , going shopping up West and realising when I got out of the car I had my slippers on.
. . . . and if you are really brave . . . .
Buy a motorbike and shave off my chest hair.
(You seem to be able to accept dramatic changes with ease VM - LOL. I seem to remember from a comment of yours about my Shakespearean Harley Davidson you once owned a Kawasaki I think!
Yes, just looked up your comment, "We have a kawasaki zzr 1100.sigh that will soon be sold")
Thank you again Valleys Mam for your interview - I'll combine it all soon I promise.
To see Part 1 Press HERE
To see Part 1 Press HERE