Last Saturday we decided that we were going to finally start the epic project of re-doing the bedroom. We've put it off year after year and now, 5 years later, we're finally in the swing of things. This isn't a few coats of paint....This is new floor, new wallpaper, painting, repairwork etc etc etc. Every night (After a full day of work) we're both up until midnight trying to get this room done before this coming weekend. I DON'T WANT TO SLEEP ON THE FUTON ANYMORE! *sigh* I'm so very tired....
In the middle of our frenzied week of redecorating the bedroom came a beautiful surprise.....
As part of the Birds Eye Teatime Handover, Hubby and Toots made a wonderful pre-Mother's Day dinner for me! (ps: for all my US friends, Mother's Day is in March in the UK).
I've been loving fish recently but hubbs is a vegetarian so I don't really get the opportunity to eat fish as often as I would like. Tonight was like a little slice of heaven! They made me Birds Eye Fish Fusions Garlic and Herb lightly breaded fish with Birds Eye Field Fresh steamed veg and rosemary and thyme potatoes. A-Maz-Ing!!! Here's what to look for:
For dinner ideas and recipes, check out Birds Eye on Facebook here.
Clarence the polar bear has a recipe app that is full of great, quick
meal ideas (absolutely perfect for during the week, when you have tons
of stuff on the go)
I have to admit, while dinner was cooking I did go upstairs and put a coat of paint on the door....Once dinner was ready though, it was handed to me and I was told to relax with my feet up watching TV! How amazing are my guys?!?!
Even topped off with a cupcake for dessert!
And check out what hubby was up to while I was chilling???? I love him....
Official dinner with Nanny will be on Sunday but it was really nice to have a night to relax and be spoiled by my guys.
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