I put some old postage stamps in an envelope ready to send to the RNIB, as soon as I have bought some new stamps.
I found this pack of shredded tofu in the fridge in Hutchinson’s Fruit and Veg on Stanhope Street.
(mandarin: gansi, doufu si … these long shreds are just like noodles).
Made by the Oriental Dragon tofu factory across the river in Gateshead.
They don’t seem to have a website but they’ve been making lots of lovely tofu for years.
Today Julia from Time Exchange arrived to fill the holes in the plaster in my airing cupboard.
I also continued to declutter paperwork. I am throwing away old coursework from 2004…
why am I storing all these old papers, nearly 5 years old?
The course was:
CG 9295 Certificate in Adult Learner Support (Level 2)
City & Guilds
This course consists of five units of which two are mandatory: Unit 1 Working in the Sector and Unit 2 Supporting Learners. Participants then need to take one of the following units: Unit 3 Literacy, Unit 4 Numeracy or Unit 5 ESOL. They will explore the skills required as part of a team supporting adult participants to develop their literacy, numeracy and ESOL skills.
I took all these photos around Tyne and Wear and Northumberland, I enjoy photographing aspects of Nature which are often overlooked.
I liked these photos of a Buddhist temple in Thailand made of recycled glass bottles and bottle tops which have been donated to the monks.