Clean Continue reading Clean
A night of cupcake making and a Driscoll sermon. Couldn’t quite finish them because I don’t have cream cheese to make the cream cheese frosting to go on the pumpkin cupcakes. Can’t wait to try them tomorrow. I love pumpkin. 🙂 Hummingbird Bakery cookbooks are wonderful. 🙂 http://marshill.com/media/the-peasant-princess/let-him-kiss-me Continue reading Pumpkin Cupcakes
Love this. I love that I can read EU and UK speech. Definitely better at UK speech. And that sometimes I have given into UK speech. And sometimes I am still confused by UK speech. And sometimes I get the “rules” and know what someone is saying and decide to ignore it and go skipping over some imaginary line of what “should be done or said” and play a mental game with what I know people are saying and what I can get them to say/do/respond because I know what they mean and what I mean or what someone else … Continue reading Anglo-EU translation guide
My weekend was filled with lots of fun. I went to a circuits class with a bunch of friends from church Friday. Did alright. Learned what a burpee is. Don’t think I like burpees. They hurt my ankles as you jump down onto the ground and I am slightly precious about my ankles. I have sprained one twice playing rugby and ultimate frisbee in the past: enough to end up in the hospital after the rugby injury (they thought it was broken for a few days) and need to be carried off the pitch by the frisbee one. But it … Continue reading My people. My soreness. And my ‘tude.
TED on SOPA/PIPA bills If you are an American.. write your congressman. Not only about this but other issues that they need to hear about. Get involved. Participate in the political process. Make your voice heard! Don’t be apathetic. Free speech, human rights, international politics, health care. Don’t be indifferent. Continue reading SOPA and PIPA a video from TED