Family life is hectic. There are the pressures of work, the financial burdens of running a home and the time and energy needed to take care of the children.
If you don't have protection in place and become too ill to work or die suddenly, the consequences can be devastating. Emotional trauma can be quickly followed by financial worries and thatís the last thing that any family would need. We spoke about how this worry could be quashed by having adequate life cover and or critical illness cover. This was a reassurance that we agreed is useful to have that security in such an uncertain world.
Time for dessert: must confess quite stuffed already but can never refuse a pudding!
Out came a beautiful chocolate pannacotta with black cherry compote. This was finished off with a hazelnut praline crisp. The combination was exquisite. Our pannacotta wobbled perfectly.
We all cleared our plates again.
Sophie left us all with a celestial glow after such an awesome meal. Peter and I were so pleased to enter the kitchen to find it clean and tidy once more. The relief from this was incredible.
We carried on our evening with a little more wine and some games of Blockus - a game we love to play because its quick and easy to play but a challenge at the same time.
I have had an amazing evening and Sophie was a delight to have in my house to cook for us. If you ever get the chance to have a personal chef for the night then go for it.
PS..... No Hangover - Financial or alcohol LOL