I TOTALLY agree. I am not reading these books on principle. PS Did you know Ann Cannon is a good friend of my mom's?Thanks for all your nice comments on my blog. You are a lovely person and from what I can gather, a spectacular mom.
Excellent. Sometimes I feel like a literary snob when I recoil in horror at the question "Have you read the Twilight books?", but this column makes me feel better. I'm stickin' to my guns. It's nice to know there are like-minded people. Thanks. :)
That was an excellent article. And I pretty much agree considering I only read the first one... Oh! And the apartment! It's looking like it's the third floor for us! The other options were either available too soon (as in Monday) or too late (as in August) considering we already told everyone that our apartment is available in June. And I am so excited to be in your ward and I'm glad you are too! :)
Here is the recipe - very few ingredients and EASY! Peanut Butter Playdough (recipe from cooks.com)1 c. peanut butter2/3-1 c. nonfat dry milk2 tbsp. honeyMix ingredients. Add enough powdered milk to make playdough dry enough to handle. Shape into balls. Add raisins to make a face. Or stir in chow mein noodles and make a bird's nest. Or stir in Cheerios or chocolate chips for fun. Eat and enjoy!So, I did this - I mixed the peanut butter and honey together (Claire helped). I didn't have any powdered milk (except in the big storage cans in our food pantry) so I subsituted by using flower mixed with powdered sugar (my reasoning for this was that I thought the flour would make it the right consistency, but it would be bland, whereas the sugar would make it taste good, but it would be too sticky - so I did both - make sense?) I just kept adding little bits of powdered sugar and flour until it was a good consistency. We had a great time!! :)
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