Eggs and Easter
What a lovely, mouth-watering final blog. We have a long weekend coming up in Britain for Easter, and eggs traditionally play a big part in Easter celebrations, so I'll be thinking of you and your yummy tortilla as I get stuck into yet more chocolate Easter eggs and Easter cakes!
Yes, even with my super-sweet tooth, I sometimes crave something savoury, especially after overdoing it on the sugar front.
It's been lovely getting to know you and your gorgeous dog, Urko.
Thanks for being our first blogger in our new blogging system.
Good luck with all your endeavours - whether they're public speaking, running with the bulls, learning English, creating typical Spanish dishes or using new technology!
All the best,
a long weekend - a longer weekend than usual. For example, in Britain, our usual weekend is Saturday and Sunday (the usual days when businesses, banks and offices are closed), but a long weekend is when people have a public holiday on a usual working day, so that their weekend is Friday, Saturday and Sunday or Saturday and Sunday and Monday
Easter - a Christian religious holiday to celebrate Jesus Christ's return to life after he was killed. Also a public holiday in many countries, and associated with non-religious activities celebrating the arrival of Spring, often using eggs as a symbol of new life
get stuck into - do something (here eating lots of chocolate) with a lot of enthusiasm
super - very
savoury - not sweet
overdoing it - doing something too much
endeavours - things you try to do