I love all things simple.
I grab for the simple t-shirts or floral prints in clothing stores. I love a simple colored V-neck.
I enjoy simple cappuccinos. Foam with a dash of cinnamon.
I love simple days. Taking walks through the park. Picking simple flowers.
Baking simple goodies- like oatmeal cookies or bran muffins.
Enjoying a simple read.
Or a simple smile.
Watching a simple sunrise- or sunset.
Treating myself to a simple midday meal of french bread, olive oil, and garlic.
Or, simply enjoying a simple daydream.
Wednesday, 2 June 2010
Studying, cramming, exams, and the whole shebang are over with! It is OFFICIALLY summer vacation 2010. Time certainly flies... when you're having fun:] I decided to CELEBRATE by making white chocolate/ macadamia cookies after my math exam today. Plus, I'm having a sleepover with Addy! F.U.N. stuff. Hopefully you'll have fun this summer vacation and just relaaxxxxx.
Dedicated to DAVID! Since I know you're very much obsessed with this recipe.
Thanks to Joythebaker!
Tuesday, 1 June 2010
Today was definitley out of the norm. I decided to make fudgy brownies as my "break" from studying for my math exam... and for some odd (my favorite word of the week) reason I was being spontanious and chose to add pistachios to the brownies!!! PISTACHIOS! Of all things! I am usually a NO NUTS IN MY BROWNIES kind of gal. If I see nuts in em, I won't eat em (I'm not picky at all!) Even the brownies at the school's snack bar disgust me... you know what I mean? Who wants nuts in their chocolate anyway?! I have certainly broken the family tradition of always leaving out the nuts in the recipe list. My grandchildren and great great grandchildren and so on will talk about me! I am not a CONFORMIST!(this brings back memories of FARANHEIT 451). Anyway, to my great disbelief, the brownies turned out pretty darn tasty. I'm proud that I chose to try something different, as oppose to always sticking to the "usual" and routine way of doing things... especially in the kitchen, which is supposed to be a place of creativity! Yep.