Kate Bottley £1 a day tweets Television's popular vicar, the Rev Kate Bottley is living on £1 a day for five days this week to raise awareness of Live Below the Line and our work in Burundi. As she's now part way through her challenge, and she's an avid social networker, we thought we'd share some of her Twitter updates with you. We hope they make you laugh as much as we did: My first day of #livingbelowtheline for @SendaCow, breakfast is not that different, porridge, but a £1 a day does mean no coffee — Kate Bottley (@revkatebottley) March 23, 2015 Onion soup for tomorrow without the usual brandy and cream #belowtheline @SendaCow pic.twitter.com/sf33mlElp7 — Kate Bottley (@revkatebottley) March 23, 2015 Porridge and water this morning #belowtheline @SendaCow but disaster lunchtime soup has leaked in my bag looks like I'll go hungry at lunch — Kate Bottley (@revkatebottley) March 24, 2015 I have rescued enough soup for lunch that means I won't have to suck the lining of my handbag #belowtheline @SendaCow — Kate Bottley (@revkatebottley) March 24, 2015 Dinner is rice with an egg and a single spring onion, Nigella Lawson must be terrified #belowtheline @SendaCow — Kate Bottley (@revkatebottley) March 24, 2015 a #Gogglebox filming night tonight, the team brought cookies, how long does cookie save for? Until my #belowtheline is over? @SendaCow — Kate Bottley (@revkatebottley) March 24, 2015 We want to thank Kate Bottley for taking part in this challenge and raising awareness for Send a Cow, she's doing brilliantly so far, don't you think? You can stay up to date with the rest of Rev Kate Bottley's challenge on Twitter by following @revkatebottley and @SendaCow as well as the hashtag #belowtheline. If you aren't on Twitter, you can Like us on Facebook or keep an eye on the blog for more updates.