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Friday, January 23, 2009

Yesterday

Morning science, air you know, volume and such.
Paper bag popping,
and a bowl,
a glass,
and a rag.
IT"S DRY!
 On to tinkering,
with a Sister's suggestions.
Maybe like this?
Diagnosis: SO broken,
let's just have fun with it then.
Designing a step in bubble contraption for the yard this summer.
Christmas letter to Santa for next time. 
A Wii is badly wanted.
 Boo boo.
See?
OUT.
Something.
Hammer.
Why the long face?...
Creek is frozen!
In to the tall trees, now.
A track,
a bed,
scat.
This 
inspired some of this.
Bunnies,
What to do with these?
 Hmmm...
 We know!
Pumpkin brownies!
 OOOOhhhhh!
 mix,
together.
 Douse with chips,
we like chips,
 and bake. ( recipe at the end!)
Set out to cool.
Wait,
wait,
wait,
AND wait.
At last,  get comfy and enjoy.
Wedgits!
The Mama enjoys Relaxed homeschooler podcast (unschooling), found on itunes, or here.
 and dinner, and a beer.
youtube, books, brush teeth, sweet slumber for us all.-K
Frog Creek Pumpkin Brownies!
1- 15 oz can of Organic Pumpkin
1 cup veg oil
4  organic eggs
2 cups organic raw sugar
2 cups organic  whole wheat flour
1 tsp  baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp salt
Chocolate chips.
Preheat oven to 350. Beat together eggs, oil, pumpkin, sugar, then stir in the rest of your ingredients. Pour into a greased 9x13 in. baking dish. Top with desired amount of Chocolate chips. (more is way better) Bake for ~ 30 min or till center springs back, or the usual inserted knife comes out clean. Enjoy!-K






5 comments:

Stephanie said...

Now that's my kind of day!!
I'd say perfect!

(ps - you knew I was teasing the other day about the worm, didn't you?)

mamak said...

Oh hell yes! In fact you had me LOL with Dementica, and heathen. Heathen is a pet name for one particular cutie in my life... The day moved swiftly and the next day I was onto the next post is all. :>)-K

Anthony said...

pumpkin brownies - yumm. I will have to try those.

Julie

Love 2B Homeschoolers said...

Yum - we are trying some of those!

denise said...

Fun and busy! The kid on the counter looks like my house most days. ;)