July 2011


HEllo! So, this week I started take baking classes called Bakery Boot camp at UAA aka the University of Alaska! so far we have made cookies, bread, sweet rolls, pretzels, bagels, and pizza, and we are only two days in.

Here is some stuff that I have made, and brought home to make my family fat… (haha)

A blurry but overall picture of what I made today in class.

Sweet Rolls…

….The leftover sweet roll dough that we didn’t use, but baked anyway….

…braided bread with poppy seeds…

…and more bread…

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I really like watching and doing different hair styles I see in videos.

This girl has a blog and videos of different hair styles.

http://myyellowsandbox.blogspot.com/p/30-hairstyles.html

I’m going to be trying them all very soon.

What if I was… the size of this plant?

I could sit under this tree and chant a chant..

I could play under this tree and dance a dance…

I could be under this tree and sew some pants…

What if I was… the size of this plant?

I could see the world in a whole new way..

I would fall asleep, just so i could see it in another day……….

 

 

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