I quite like this blue on black.
I tried the chapattis again today, just to make sure the success last night wasn't a fluke. They were still good, but the wok wasn't easier to cook them, anyway I have a cheap, old worn out non stick wok, which is ok for wok frying superfast veggie bits, which I don't do very often.
It's funny how we all collect 'must have' kitchen paraphernalia, and then have it hanging about the place battered and forlorn like outgrown toys.
Anyway the wok didn't manage to redeem itself from the farthest hook on the ceiling for cooking chapattis. They were still OK, but the wok made it extra dicey to keep an even sort of brown cooked look to them. They didn't puff up as nicely as yesterday either.
I suppose I don't know if they were meant to puff up, but I liked the way they suddenly became blistered looking, and obviously filled with steam.
So there, another taste of India with some warmed up veg curry and some freshly made chapattis.
Not such a good day generally for me, I was rather emotional, which leaves me tired and well,...fragile and emotional. Probably why I like this nice calming blue right now.
Well I suppose one blue day now and then is normal too.
If you read this and you are having a blue day, I won't try to cheer you up. I want to let you know, that I know what having a very blue day feels like.
Perhaps we might feel a little less blue tomorrow, and then maybe a bit neutral, and even a little 'in the pink' again soon.
I have some lovely white clematis in my garden mixed in with silvery leaf lavender. They look pristine and lovely, but I do hanker after seeing some yellow daffodils, I planted all my spring bulbs a few days ago, so I know there will be colour tp come in my garden.
I don't know how I could live without colour in my life. I do thank God for it as it expresses so many things, and it is such a beautiful mathematical formula.
Have a good day seeing colour around you, God Bless you and keep you safe always.