Helo. BLODYN yma, ond fe allwch chi fy ngalw i’n BLOD. Mae’n ddrwg gen i os cawsoch sioc - oeddech chi’n cofio fod VEG ar ei gwyliau? Mae’n anrhydedd fawr i mi gael fod y person cyntaf i fod yn gyfrifol am edrych ar ôl y blog. Dwi mewn ysgol yng Ngogledd Cymru, felly dyda ni ddim wedi gwneud i chi deithio’n rhy bell o’r Alban wythnos yma! Dwi’n ferch naw oed hefyd, felly dyda ni ddim wedi newid gormod yn syth! Mi wnes i ddewis yr enw BLOD gan fy mod yn hoff o flodau, ac mi roeddwn eisiau enw Cymraeg gan ein bod yn siarad Cymraeg yn ein hysgol, Ysgol Kingsland.
Dyma fy nghinio ysgol. Heddiw mi ges i spaghetti bolognaise. Roeddwn yn ei hoffi. Cefais bys a salad hefo fo. Hefyd, mi roedd yna fara garlleg ond mi wnes i anghofio cymryd ei lun! Rydym yn cael math gwahanol o fara yn ddyddiol, ac mae’n cael ei bobi yn y gegin bob bore. I bwdin cawsom ddewis rhwng muffin siocled neu ffrwyth. Dewisais y muffin, ond mi roedd o yn dal yn iach oherwydd bod yna gynhwysyn arbennig ynddo. Fedrwch chi ddyfalu beth oedd o? Mi wnâi adael i chi wybod yfory!
Hi it’s BLODYN here, but you can call me BLOD. Sorry if I gave you a shock – did you remember that VEG is on holiday? It's a great honour to be the first guest blogger. I’m in a school in North Wales, so we haven’t made you travel too far from Scotland this week! I am also a nine year old girl, so we are not changing too much straight away! BLODYN is Welsh for flower, by the way. I like flowers. I chose a Welsh pen name because we speak Welsh at my school, Ysgol Kingsland.
Here is my school dinner. Today I had spaghetti bolognaise. I liked it. I had peas and salad with it. There was also garlic bread but I forgot to take a photo of it! We have different kinds of bread every day and it is always made that morning in the kitchen. For dessert we had a chocolate muffin or fruit. I chose the muffin but it was still healthy because there is a secret ingredient. Can you guess what it is? I’ll tell you the answer tomorrow!
Pieces of hair– 0
Wristband- we don’t have any, but:
Stickers found- 0 (I’ll explain this another day!!)
Now I'm going to show you some food from the Czech Republic (118s) – VEG must be a geography expert! Jana says this:
There are rules for the school kitchens in our country – the meal must fulfill nutritional standards. It is also important how the meal looks like isn´t it? I am sending you also one lunch picture. There is pulses soup (soup from lentils, peas and beans), cod fillet baked with potatoes and cheese, boiled potatoes. Every day the children have some vegetable – today it is lettuce salad – the whole bowl. The children have dessert only some days. For drink they can choose fruit drink or fruit milk. The meals are not expensive; we pay about 80p for one lunch.
BLOD here again. I think Jana’s dessert looks beautiful and it is served nicely in the glass. In our school we don’t have soup, but yours looks nice. In our school the menu is in blocks of three weeks. Ours are also healthy menus but they are delicious too!
PS Great news! VEG's Just Giving page for Mary's Meals went through £110,000 today! Thanks to you all.