As you may be able to tell from my lack of posts over the past couple of days, I’ve been pretty busy. But I’ve been busy with super exciting things. If you just want to hear about this incredible pizza though, skip down to the bottom.
I guess I should start at the beginning. On Friday morning I found out that I would be graduating with a 2:1 in psychology from the University of Bath. I honestly thought I would fail. I really didn’t like uni towards the end, and I was completely fed up.
I was having dreams that I was still doing my dissertation and had forgotten to hand it in, or I had an exam and forgotten to go. In all of the dreams I failed.
However, not only did I pass. I did well. What!?
I didn’t go out and celebrate as I was still staying at my sister’s house, waiting for her to have her baby. Good job I didn’t go out, on Saturday morning, my niece made her arrival. Six hours from start to finish, I couldn’t believe when she rang from the hospital and I could hear her crying in the background.
She’s so tiny and cute. I can’t remember my 2 year old nephew being so tiny. I just want cuddles all the time.
I was meant to be posting this pizza recipe on Sunday for #SundaySupper, but things got a little busy.
And so I’m gracing you with it today. You’re welcome.
Oh and also, it was my birthday on Monday, I turned 22. I’m so old.
I went for dinner and drinks with all my favourite people, and at the end of the meal they bought out a caterpillar cake. If you haven’t had one, they’re the best cakes ever. …