Inchcock’s Belated Photographicalisations

Made a mess of writing that – Tsk!

Sunsetting Shots. I think from Sunday

The Iceland delivery, Monday.

What a selection! Strawberries, shortcake beef pasties, BBQ chips, microwave sausages, steak slices, and battered fishcakes! Methinks that I’ll eat well?

Continuing the fine dining theme… (Hehe!) Gastro chunky fishcakes in with peas, smoked haddock fishcakes, Chip shop chips, and cheesy potato gratins. Gannet! Mmm!

With me getting the new fish products, the big bag of chips, and some mini-iced suckers, making room in the freezer was a work of art. Hahaha! I took some products out of their boxes to get them in. At the time, I was chuffed with my realising that the cooking times and temperatures were on the cartons, so I placed them to one side to be trimmed and cut out the instructions to go in the drawer…

No sooner had I finished storing the food away than I saw the cartons, ripped them up, and put them in the waste bin. Pillock-Brain! After sorting all the fodder, I took the bag and deposited it down the chute with the other rubbish!

The fridge was far from filled.

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The aforementioned cock-up as I threw away the removed out of date foods, and cooking instruction labels, away down the waste chute, never to be seen again.

What looks like a bit of luxury living style below? Two mini apple pies and a Viscount mint chocolate treat; on a swath-looking gold plate for a nibble. But, of course, photos can be misleading. It is a paper plate, but it looks natty? Har-har!

Kept up a fairly constant tap-tapping, with the odd clunk was thrown in throughout the day. But, Mr Superior wasn’t excessively noisy with it, just annoying. I was glad the hearing was so bad.

Took this shot below as I entered the kitchenette. A bit dark…

So took this one with the flash on…

That’s better!

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Attending Carers

Richard.

Julia

Ilfra

Carer Helen

Left ankle morphing into I know not what? Haha!.

Monday’s Sunsettings’

Monday’s Fish Supper

Evening all!

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