On this beautiful unexpectedly warm September’s day I left the house with a knot of despair bubbling up in my stomach. It grew and grew and even watching Squeak jump up and down in his pushchair as he saw a double decker bus couldn’t lift my spirits.

I felt every sad moment of my life as we walked past Marks and Spencer, offended by the sunlight streaming into my eyes.

I berated myself. I told myself nothing was really wrong. I let myself feel those insecurities which peck away at me when I’m less strong.

I sat down in the cafe. I ate a slice of cheesecake. That raspberry goodness, that crumbly delight. That cheesy creamy niceness sandwiched in the middle. Washed down with a cappuccino, GONE is my hopelessness. I am sparkly and light all over again.

Am I some sort of cheesecake addict, in need of regular doses? Maybe it’s a sugar thing, except I scoffed a bag of caramel crack a jacks before leaving the house.

Either way, my fruity flavoured life line, I shall not underestimate you again. πŸ˜ŽπŸ°β˜•οΈ

Two Tiny Hands

11 thoughts on “Let me eat cake

  1. Ah, I have a similar relationship with cheesecake…and Victoria sponge. And Gateux. And Trifle. And Scones. I could go on, but you get the jist! Glad you found a pic-me-up in the midst of tough day. We all need a bit of cheesecake now and again! #FamilyFun

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  2. Oh yum I have a very close relationship with chocolate covered honeycombe which they sell in little bags. In the evening its them that I turn to…oh and a glass of wine when the boys are in bed!;)

    mainy

    #FamilyFun

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    1. Thanks Tammymum! True – it is fairly harmless provided I stick to slices and not entire cakes (I have learnt not to make cheesecake at home).

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  3. There is nothing better than an afternoon pick me up. Scratch that, there is nothing like a any time of the day pick me up! I eat breakfast at 8ish and by 9 I’ve raided the snacks!! Thanks for linking up to #familyfun

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