Friday, July 29, 2011
It's not the end of July yet so I can say this.
My birthday was earlier this month,
I'm in my twenties now!
So I wanted to let you all know,
I'm taking the next decade of my life super seriously.
As you can see:
Thursday, July 21, 2011
What are you doing this weekend?
What about next weekend?
You should be making your way to Waupaca.
Why you ask?
Waupaca Community Theatre
2011 Production of Sweeny Todd of course!
I'm stage managing again this year.
But it'll be a little different.
You'll see me!
They put me in a costume and I get to go ANYWHERE I want!
(Like that ever stopped me before.)
It's shaping up to be a great performance.
The cast and crew is great, and I love working with everyone!
Also there is blood, guts, and dropping dead people though secret holes in the floor.
So come on down!
Enjoy the show!
Friday, July 15, 2011
Every Friday my mom and I (and sometimes Claire) sit on the square downtown
and listen to The Waupaca City Band from 7 to 8.
It's a nice relaxing concert for the end of the week.
(Dad is the one on the far left.)
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
My Life Right Now.
Is in my bag.
Which is this:
I am prepared for anything.
(opens next Friday)
here I come!
Saturday, July 9, 2011
Breakfast of Scones
I had the day off today.
So after some well needed sleep I woke to make breakfast.
Yesterday we served scones at the
I was inspired to try my hand at them.
I have made berry and sweet scones before, but the savory is a new experience.
I love this recipe!
It was pretty simple and I had all the ingredients handy.
(By handy I mean I used my mom's half and half that she uses for her coffee in place of heavy cream)
They turned out great.
was originally a King Arthur Flour recipe that I found through TasteSpotting.
King Arthur Flour
Saturday, July 2, 2011
Take some tortillas, butter, and garlic.
Mix the butter and garlic.
(Other spices would work just as well-or omit them all together)
Spread this garlic packed bit of awesome on a tortilla.
Bake at 350 for 5-7 minutes until golden and crispy.