Nocturnal Wenchy

African Hips Don't Lie


9 January 2011 – Noid made me tea this afternoon, served with crunchies his Mom made. Very nice, home made and lovely.

I appear to have a thing for biscuits at the moment = I will try any and all!!!….so much so it drove me to a pregnancy test!

  • I am enjoying the book I am currently reading ‘When hungry eat’ by Joanne Fedler.
  • There are plenty of Jewish references and we all aware I am secretly a wanna be Jewish person who knows how to make chicken soup and doesn’t show cleavage.
  • However, cleavage always win and I buy my soup from Woolworths.
  • The author abandoned South Africa for Australia which I respect but will never do me’self, there are many South African references making her world personal to me the South African reader.
  • While the title may suggest it to be a ‘how to loose weight’ book it is nothing like that, although the emotions surrounding are touched.
  • Separating food and emotions are hardly possible anyway.
  • For the record, I, who am a PRO in gaining and loosing massive amounts of ‘schmaltz’ {a Yiddish word for fat} the only way out is to eat less, exercise more and drink lots of water.
  • For me, that really has been the only way. A way I am currently needing a GPS for, but still.

    P.SM. Yes…. I am very aware the post starts off with crunchies made with real butter….you may as well just rub the fat on my ass to save time.

    Off to drown myself in water,

    Posted with WordPress for BlackBerry by Wenchy from the second cloud on your left .

  • 8 responses to “crunchies”

    1. You don’t need a GPS – you know the way already 🙂


    2. I reached for my Weigh Less filo this afternoon – for the humptieth time in my short lifetime.


    3. Love that you are blogging every day.


    4. I think it is time I do something something constructive to lose weight.

      lets embark on this jorney together and keep motivating each other.

      Love You


    5. Lol, those crunchies look good…..


    6. Oh I have a weakness for Chicken soup – but my mom’s homemade Dutch recipe. I have hear so much about the book, I want to read it. BTW I read and reviewed her previous book ages ago (


    7. Mmmm those look good.

      PS I’m so glad that cleavage always wins 😉


    8. Just found your blog and loving it!
      Keep writing-its fab!


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    Mom to many, wife to SirNoid. Lover of water, walks in the shade and all things purple.

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