Monthly Archives: April 2013

its a good time…

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don’t know  if you know this song! but I love it!! pretty random; but super cool 😀

 

 

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Awkward & Awesome

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Awkward:

my sisters friend has to come pick something up in the morning and we thought she was coming like 10. She arrived at 7:15 and I had to go out in my PJs cause my mom was showering 😛

breaking your clarinet and then having to tell everyone you broke it by dropping it!

you staring at this girl in the shops and then she turns around and looks straight at you-so awkward(I shouldn’t been staring :P)

your sister told you to answer her phone thinking it was our mom and then it turns out to be a friend from varsity-we had a VERY awkward conversation 😀

Awesome:

my sisters bday 2 day!!

a friend is coming along to youth with you-I’m excited to see her again 🙂

a basketball tournement for youth from a couple of churches! YAY!

coconut flavoured vasoline(lip ice) 😉

Wakaberry!!!!(frozen yoghurt if you don’t know what wakabery is :D)

 

well hello :)

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WOW!! I really have been gone 4eva! I don’t think I’v even posted in April yet! 

so much has happened, rezolution conference, my sisters graduation, friends, and more friends, school(unfortunately) youth and friends from overseas that i haven’t seen for a VERY VERY long time- 1/2 my life to be exact. 😛 oh yes and my cousin came down for the rez conference!! 

well… here is a recipe 😀 this is vanilla cookies with a chocolate disk center-yum 🙂

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Chocolate Chip Cookies

100g (4 oz) porridge oats
125g (5 oz) plain flour
2.5ml (½ teaspoon) bicarbonate of soda
2.5ml (½ teaspoon) baking powder
2.5ml (½ teaspoon) salt
100g (4 oz) butter at room temperature
100g (4 oz) soft dark brown sugar
100g (4oz) caster sugar
1 large egg
2.5ml (½ teaspoon) vanilla extract/essence
1 pack chocolate disks
115g chocolate chips(optional)

1. Preheat oven to 190°C/375°F/gas mark 5
2. Put the oats into a food processor or liquidizer and whizz to a fine powder
3. Add flour, bicarbonate of soda, baking powder and salt and whiz again to mix together
4. Put both sugars into a large bowl with the butter
5. Cream them until light and fluffy
6. Beat the egg and vanilla together in a cup
7. Beat this into the creamed butter mixture (use an electric whisk if you have one)
8. Add chocolate chips and dry ingredients, mix well with a spoon until everything is mixed in and you have a dough
9. Use your hands to roll into balls the size of ping-pong balls. Put one disk between two balls until totally covered and put them, 5cm apart, on to non stick baking paper on a baking tray. Press them down a very little bit.
10. Bake in the oven for about ten minutes. They should have a golden colour, but still look a little underdone (this is what makes the lovely chewy soft texture). If you like them crisp, keep them in a bit longer
11. Leave them on the tray for a couple of minutes to firm up. Enjoy 🙂