Acrylic on canvas This was the final entry for the year in my winter series. I’ve enjoyed painting snow so I’m a little sad to put the series on hold for the summer – well not that sad! But this experience has really enabled my tree development to progress, particularly my pine trees. I’m looking […]
via The Walk back to Camp — Georgian Pine
Tonight I made three cheese baked ziti, it was very nice but very filling. I couldn’t get ziti pasta so had to make do with rigatoni. The cheeses were provolone, mozzarella and parmesan. It also had mince and spicy italian sausage along with onions and a homemade pasta sauce. It kinda reminded me of lasagne.
It was a very italian vibe today as I made myself spagetti with tomato & basil pasta sauce with italian sausage for lunch. A very large portion as I missed having my weetabix today haha
Have a great day everyone 🙂
When winter winds are done;
And spring brings forth the sun.
It holds a hidden power,
Emotions match the hour.
So if I keep them close,
Display them as a rose.
When frost does turn me blue,
I’ll know then that’s my cue.
(Rhyme scheme -AABBCCDD)
In my heart
I know we are wrong
Have I not given enough
Can’t anyone help?
(Shadorma – 3-5-3-3-7-5)
Here is the latest recording of a poem I have written called cruelest being read by me as part of my corr blimey series. Best described as a loose sonnet due to the rhyming scheme being non existent though the syllable count is 11 to each line with a couplet to finish.
It has suppose to address the idea of how in the modern age we define cruelty.
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Okay, so here is herbed chicken with parmesan and provolone cheese accompanied by broccoli and hasselback potatoes. It was very filling but I did thoroughly enjoy it especially with sour cream.
It was quite a lot of work though with the breadcrumbs and preperation time, also the breadcrumbs didn’t stick to the chicken too well.
I know I need a new cooking tray and a frying pan as well.