In the blink of an eye we’re past the halfway point of 2021! It’s wild how quickly this year has been flying by. I can’t say that there’s been exactly any particular adventures as it seems for myself to be a month that didn’t technically go so well on one side but still there’s some pretty fun stuff to share. Let’s just jump right in!
Staying Active Update
July 1st Walk 4.63km 50mins July 1st Evening Walk 1.43km 18mins July 3rd Walk 4.39km 48mins July 10th Walk 1.42km 18mins July 11th Walk 1.41km 18 mins July 17th Pool Workout July 18th Walk 1.45km 18mins July 25th Pool Workout July 31st Walk 4.75km 51mins
Not a whole lot to report back on staying active. I got plagued with pains and all sorts of fatigue during the month so as much as I tried to keep up with walking and staying active, I fell apart a little as the walks went a little shorter. I still tried to stay active but more doing pool workouts, which to be fair was one of my goals in last month’s staying active update for this month. Can’t say its a complete fail, right?
The abundant rain season in July has really done favors for the garden. Sure, we had a few really hot days but the good amount of rain meant everything’s growing pretty nice and harvests are coming in. Its been a few years since zucchini harvest has been any good but this year is looking nice. The new raised garden is doing great as well for the eggplants and we’ve harvested a few as well as the little cherry tomatoes which we have a rather sweet variety. Even the cucumbers are starting to do okay. We got one but there’s some more that are almost close to harvest as this post goes up.
The other big project was getting the front yard looking good as I’ve truly neglected it a lot. My mom had given me some plants from her garden and hoping to find the spot for it after I tidied up the front, we got to work and planted in the new plants (both front and back but didn’t take a closer picture of it) but also added in the mulch and bought a new hydrangea plant to create some symmetry in the front yard. The picture above only shows one portion of the front yard. The garden is doing really well. The next part is to get rid of the pesky vines at the back and added some more mulch to my bee garden and finally figuring out a bee bath probably. In time, it should be done.
2nd Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine
I got my 2nd dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at the tail end of July. While the first dose basically had no side effects other than arm pain, the second dose was pretty intense. Headache for 3 days and muscle pain for 2 days really hit after the first 24 hours passed. I affected productivity and life in general so I resorted to calming teas whenever I wasn’t at work and sleeping earlier since I try to stay away from painkillers in general.
Fantasia International Film Festival 2021
Like previous years, around this time is coverage for Fantasia Film Festival. This year is no different. You can expect reviews for Fantasia going up as soon as today. This year is the 25th edition and the film rundown is looking fantastic. I have a pretty ambitious schedule so fingers crossed that I can get the coverage done. I believe the virtual platform is geo-locked to Canada but if you are in Canada, you should give its extensive film schedule a look.
Cute Kitty Pic
That’s it for the July adventures! Not a whole lot of adventuring in general but things are getting done!
I did it again! There was supposed to be vlog but then I got a little intimidated of putting it up. Anyways, it was not so great since I recorded super late at night and was all rambling and stuff.
Summer festivals are here and its just the start of a lot of fun stuff here. The weather is hot and humid and while I did recap a lot of the stuff in actual full posts. I’ll talk a little a them here and I’ll have a little update of little life stuff.
Before we start, I guess the most important is that I want to address the crazy weird schedule here. I usually do have a schedule but I’m seriously thinking of going back to a five posts week and leave a break as optional days on the weekends. Especially during festival season as I need to find some time to work on some other projects. Nothing changes here but rather I think I feel a little burnt out. It could be because of the heat that kills a bit of the motivation for everything. However, I feel the energy coming back now that it isn’t 40 degrees Celsius outside. What I’m saying is that 5-7 posts from now on. I’m still working on some backlog for my upcoming vacation in a good few weeks so it’ll be fun! 🙂
I’m skipping the rambling so I’m going to just get going! 🙂
Trying Out Miss Fresh
I’m huge about being efficient as mentioned in my post unboxing the Miss Fresh meal service subscription. You can find that HERE. I think this is such a great idea. Obviously, its still a little expensive to have every week but its a nice treat when its a busy week. I won’t be unboxing my later ones since I don’t think it’ll have anything new to offer except different recipes. However, I did manage to make one of the recipes and still mix up the ingredients a little. It was a Tuna Bake. In the end, here’s how it turned out.
For a good idea of what it is, the ingredients are on the top pre-portioned for what your plan is set at. This makes for two people. However, my husband was the only one that could eat this meal and it served three meals for him.
Montreal Comiccon was last weekend. I only made it to the Friday but it was a ton of fun. I did a general coverage earlier this week HERE! I chatted with some cool indie game developers and tried out games, saw the Outlast 2 live demo and more. I didn’t get an autograph but walked past the autograph booths and saw a ton of celebrities from afar. I’m not sure if I mentioned in Comiccon recap post but I specifically wanted to see Bob Morley, unfortunately I had to skip Saturday so I didn’t get to his Q&A but I did walk past his autograph spot which was at the side so I got a really close look at what he looked like in real life. I was pretty happy about that.
Overall a very cool time there. I’m going to try to get a media pass for next year or simply get a 3 day pass and check it all out. Something to think and plan for in the coming year! 🙂
Song of the Deep!
With Game Warp comes great responsibility! Song of the Deep is one of my most anticipated for this year. I ended up preordering this one even if I kind of knew there really wasn’t a point but I was just so excited for it. Plus, its the first time I pre-ordered a game! Kickstarter projects don’t count. I’m still waiting for most of those to see the light of day. You know I love shameless plugs for Game Warp so maybe you’d be as excited as I am that Song of the Deep is August’s featured game!
We have a new episode for Game Warp coming up next week and we’re getting ready for the episode of the featured review for this month’s game, Oxenfree! 🙂
Garden & Harvest!
We had our first harvest! The crazy rain grew my zucchini plants so much that after two days of intense rain, my plant was like 40% larger and the zucchinis were ready for harvest. Well, two of ’em. Look at it! They are huge!
We even had some delicious lettuce to cook with it, all from the garden. It just makes me so proud that I didn’t manage to kill anything else and that the fence reinforcements have been fantastic. I’m going to probably be harvesting more lettuce and kale this week. I don’t have pictures yet but raspberries and some strawberry harvests are happening also! 🙂
Fantasia Festival is here! It started on July 14th and runs till August 3rd. Unlike most years, I actually have it really easy for the first week so so far, only one movie! This was from the first film that I attended on Friday night. It started in delay so I guess its cool I was standing in line next to some cool people that I striked up an interesting conversation about everything. If some of you don’t know, Fantasia Festival usually means at least 45 minutes to an hour of line-up, at least if you want decent seats. Since I go to this alone a lot, its really nice to meet people at least for line-up company. Regardless, this was also the first time I’ve ever experienced delay at Fantasia Festival but the movie ended up starting half an hour late but I think its alright even if it meant that I couldn’t stay for all the Q&A since I needed to catch the last bus home. Thank goodness, my schedule doesn’t usually hinge on these crazy moments this year mostly.
I’m pretty excited about the rest of the movies. You can see my line-up HERE! And usually expect the review about two days later to give some time to think about what I’ve seen and gather my thoughts. Which means that my first one I saw, Rupture’s review will go up tomorrow (Monday!).
Calypso Water Park
While the heat is getting me super tired and just not want to do anything in general, I’m also loving it because it means that I can go in the pool and cool down. Last week, I actually did and enjoyed some outside reading time and Netflix time and even got in a pool workout session which was really great.
However, the thing I looked forward a lot was going to the water park with my girl friends. We’ve been trying to plan it for two summers and we’re finally going. The weather threatened us a little but we decided to give it a go. It turned out to be the perfect weather. We ended up going to Calypso Water Park near Ottawa.
Great company, nice weather, and a ton of fun! We weren’t all about doing the super adrenaline rush stuff but we ended up doing the wave pool which was definitely a winner since we went back four times. We also did two times of the Kongo Expedition (which is something like a lazy river concept). There was a part in there in a dark cave that kind of tapped into my fear of the dark but still it was really fun even if I got capsized by some stupid kids on purpose. It was more unexpected than that I got angry or scared. We also went for two rounds of the Jungle Run which is like balancing on a paddleboard and letting the current push you through the course and it was done really well. There was also the Canyon Rafting that was a ton of fun to get drifted along the sides of the tubes and then we had the fancy idea of going up one of the tallest rides thinking it wouldn’t be intense and it freaked me out. It was a ton of fun actually. Its the double-edged sword of amusement parks in general for me.
After that, we headed back home and had dinner….
Trying Out a New Restaurant Jerry Ferrer
What’s a perfect day without having a great meal at the end as well. I told you all about Jerry Ferrer on opening day and just trying a few things but we went to try it out.
We ended up sharing a fried calamari.
I loved the texture of this so much! It was super delicious!
While all the girls got burgers, I was really craving a pulled pork sandwich so I got exactly that!
Doesn’t that just look scrumptious? It was so awesome! 🙂 I think this place might be a new fave spot for me. At least I’m definitely coming back to try out a few more things. Plus the decor and service was nice and that is always a plus.
A perfect way to end a fantastic day out with friends, even if I got home and realized that I forgot sunscreen on my chest area and super sunburned…haha!
Cute Kitty Pic
Some of you that follow me on Avenue of Daydreams would have seen this pic but this is just so cute I couldn’t let you all miss out on it! 🙂
Fantasia Festival Movie Reviews!!
That is the recap of the last two weeks! What have you been up to? Any festivals, summer heat, activities, etc?
Life is an adventure so anything I do qualifies! So before you start talking about how watching TV isn’t, thats like saying reading a book isn’t. I can pretty much say that there’s a lot of readers who would disagree with you. We are explorers and we travel to lots of fun places. Maybe you think I’m crazy but I’m not 😉 So to saythat this week is less actually going somewhere but just achieving little things.
Before we move along with this, I’d like to remind or bring to your attention that my Halloween Movie Marathon Poll has been up. If you haven’t seen it or having voted, please head on over HERE to help me out 🙂 With some earlier planning, I can get more movies seen in October and make it an amazing month, especially with all of your help/recommendations!
1) Dragon’s Den!
I absolutely love watching Dragon’s Den. I skipped a few season in middle but when it first launched, it was one of my favorite shows. Its really grown to be completely amazing. Although some pitches are just completely out there, some are really awesome ideas.
The last episode where recapped some of the some deals are usually amazing. Its all so amazing to see people’s dreams become a reality.
2) Splurging on TV *blush*
A little shameless selfie 🙂
I never intend to splurge and I pretty much don’t impulse buy anymore. And I didn’t because I fully planned to go out and get Season 2 of Arrow but then I was thinking, I have to catch up with Vampire Diaries also. Now I’m waiting for Grey’s Anatomy Season 10 to go on special too (but then I didn’t watch Season 9 yet so its not so rushed). See, I’m still logical, right? 😉
I’m trying to not go too crazy over Arrow so I started watching Vampire Diaries on the weekend.
3) A Productive Weekend Starts….Harvesting Herbs
Lemongrass, Orange Thyme and Yellow Zucchini
The weather got cold really fast last week and somehow is supposed to get warmer this week again….gradually. Either way, it was the kick in my butt to speed up the process and let my fatigue take the backseat. Thursday night activity consisted of going to harvest everything I could while there was still a bit of light before sunset. Orange Thyme and Lemongrass is currently in the drying process.
4) Bike Support for my Friends
Thanks to my friend who took the picture
Oasis Marathon is going to be happening this coming weekend so my friends who are going to do the half marathon along with one doing the 10km and 3 others in for the fun went out for a group jog. My job was to be bike support for their 17km run. It included making sure that they were hydrated and giving them directions and scouting out the route ahead. There were heavy winds and then my bike support broke down near the end because of bike issues. Note to self, next time make sure to bring tools. I did manage to bike very slowly home after making sure everyone passed the intersection to head home. It was a pretty fun day and I biked a whole lot of distance and I was so tired after but I couldn’t let my body slow down because the garden and my house needed me.
5) Transplanting in and out
Top Left are the transplanted flowers from pots for next year
Between early morning before bike support and coming back afterwards, I got the two flowers at the top left planted into soil. They should be both perennials viable in my zone. They were also paired with others so I needed to pot those right away and brought in a few plants as well.
Eucalyptus, Orange Thyme and Citronella Geranium inside
This is only partial because others are by the bay window or in the dining room. Still a lot of transplanting to do this week and then hopefully it will be done…for now. Next is the shopping for spring bulbs and getting those in the ground.
6) Workout room done!
On Saturday, after the run, I went to battle the anniversary sale in Walmart and aside from a bunch of household products, I also ended up getting on special the final touches to our workout room.
Hello workout flooring 😉
Oh right, my boyfriend’s weights. Mine haven’t been moved yet. I can’t possibly lift that. All I can do is roll them across the floor when they are in my way.
7) Making Awesome Ribs
I know I’m backtracking, but on Friday night, I sat down after running errands at my place with more moving stuff around and came home to make my ribs. Ended up eating at around 9:30pm or something but they were so worth it. I don’t know the measurements but I used soy sauce, smoked paprika, ground pepper, honey, ground coriander, herbes de provence to marinate it. I did marinate it in the morning and then just popped it in the oven for 1.5 hours in the evening. They turned out amazingly delicious 🙂
8) Autumn Chrysanthemums
Nothing more to say on that. So beautiful 🙂
9) Hot Pot (aka Chinese Fondue) with my girl friends
One of my girl friends came back from Western Canada to settle a few things so we got together for a hot pot hang out. There was so much food and it was amazing to chat with the girls. Its always filled with fun and laughter. And we’re even going to go see The Maze Runner together this week. Yay! 🙂
10) Favorite Quote this Week
It was a tad tiring and busy but it was pretty fun as well. I’m looking forward to seeing The Maze Runner. I can actually see the fuzzy finish line in this whole moving business where I’m trying to do it slow and by myself so I can save money, still, its almost there.
I realize I talk about weather a lot but its the Montrealer in me. The proof is right HERE in #14 ;). Well, at least you all gain knowledge about how Montreal’s weather is doing, right?
This week has been calm for the most part (although a lot of you still seem to find my life crazy busy…which it isn’t). The goal of this post is to see the positives in the little thing. Even when its just the simplest things going on. Sure, my weekend is busy especially on hot days because I’m accepting that its the part of owning a house. Plus, its slowing down at work so I find myself trying to fit in what I didn’t have time to do before August.
Anyways, this week has been rather special for various reasons and I’m about to get into my next little steps that I’d like to share.
1) Surprise Sunflowers
Some of you would agree that July is kind of the dead season for flowers and gardening. The garden is just green. A few weeks ago, I talked about the hard work of squirrels burying sunflower seeds in our front yard and after a few small ones bloomed, a gigantic one bloomed last week and its just a lovely yellow delight.
Flowers always make me happy 🙂
Do you like flowers? Whats your favorite ones?
Raspberry and Tomato
I haven’t gotten a picture of my raspberry harvests to show yet. This week’s was by far the best harvest so far and I see lots coming out. I just need to find a way to prop up the leaves so it has room to grow freely. I actually need to do the same for my yellow zucchini plant as well.
3) Winning an Advanced Screening
I never win anything. EVER. My luck is shot. I think it has to do with having used up a lot of luck finding the amazing people that entered my life so I have none for anything else. So, when I got the email that I won these advanced screening tickets for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. I was skeptical until I actually got the pass in the mail. Which I did on Monday and invited my best friend to go with me. Although, I’ve been completely ridiculously slow at putting up my post for Guardians of the Galaxy, I pushed myself to at least put this one up because its a significant event in my life, one that makes me feel so very lucky 🙂 If you missed my double review of Sin City 1&2, head on over HERE.
Have you seen Sin City: A Dame to Kill For? What did you think?
4) Cleaning Plushies
First batch of plushies
As said in the beginning, this weekend was gorgeous. It was just so hot with a nice little cool breeze here and there. I’m at the stage of moving where its the dusty little plushies that need to move so I brought the first batch over and gave them all a nice wash. The first batch are the smaller ones and my non-Disney collection ones. Oh right, I collect Disney plushies but its really for the goal of hitting ALL the Disney stores eventually 😉 So, feeling a little bit more accomplished, I hung these up and they pretty much spent a good part of the weekend drying off. The small took only the Saturday whereas, there was two larger ones (not here) that are still drying today 🙂
Next batch is next weekend for the Disney, my guess is Zazu, Classic Mickey and Stitch might get the second round 😉 Maybe a few more…I don’t know yet. Maybe I’ll let the relatively new Bambi join in. Dumbo, Lady and Tramp are the oldest bunch so they might be the hardest to clean.
Do you own collections? What do you like to collect?
5) New Fruit Discoveries
I love Costco for many reasons. Oh yeah, so many reasons, one of them is the gluten-free choices I talk about all the time. Now, the other one includes having all these awesome fruit selections. I find Costco fruit a bit pricey but when I saw these little beauties and had no idea what they were. I figured they must be those hybrid fruits and they were. These are called Pluots or online says, Plumcots. Its a mix of plums and apricots except its closer to the plum taste (whereas if you had aprium then it’d be more apricot taste). These taste very delightful and I can see them going very well in pies, tarts, even crumb bars. If we don’t finish them before they get completely ripe, I’ll probably have to use them to bake 😉
Have you tried any hybrid fruits? Have you tried Pluots/Plumcots/Apriums?
6) Garden Mission
The downside of buying the house in winter is not seeing what the garden looks like or how the previous owners cared for it. Thats something I’ve learned. My previous owners were certainly not in the green thumb category because now that everything has pretty much grown, I can just see how disastrous and neglected it was. So after I went crazy cutting and freeing one of the plants in the back so that they have some sort of space and order, I started pulling out weeds (still!). Now I have patches of empty soil sitting around waiting for some grass seeds to fill up the space.
My mission on Sunday ended with this patch which could look so nice but with the ungroomed overgrown hedges here, it just looks like a mess. Do you see the chrysanthemum? No, right? Well, its there. And this picture was after I already pulled out a ton of plants and vine-y weeds. How to fix this mess?
I have so many plants to pull out because its just way overgrown and too much. This is the final month before things switch around.
And please, someone tell me what leaves bear tiny apple-like fruits and sheds bark, leaves and twigs in the middle of August? I’m stumped! I’ve been searching for the two gigantic trees and the type and I just can’t find it. Maybe I should have taken a picture but I’m still a bit angry that I’m the only crazy person raking leaves in August..haha!
7) The Lion King Musical
I love musicals. This year, I already gave up a bunch of concerts because I’m trying to budget my money better. I was about to give up The Lion King musical until there was a 25% off coupon online for some pretty awesome seats. Yesterday, me and my girl friends went out to see it at Place des Arts. We had balcony seats, which is a completely different experience. Plus, whats nice is that being in the balcony, you get to see the animals walking down the aisles and then the people in the upper balconies and around. The show is just so fun. The singing, the costumes and the props: all so beautiful. Its really one of the best musicals I’ve seen. My favorite was the starting of the second part and there was the bird props soaring all over the room. It was so magical 🙂
Have you seen The Lion King Musical before?
8) Inspiring (and Energetic) Music
Shattered Glass – Brad Paisley
Footprints (Kaaze remix) – Tiesto
Just two really nice songs with different styles depending on what you like that has really caught my attention. I love Brad Paisley’s new single Shattered Glass because the video is amazing and the message is inspiring. As for electronic music, I love to listen to it to sort of detach a little and relax.
What songs/music have you been listening to?
Its been an epic week! I spent time with a lot of my girl friends, my garden is progressing, the move is going well and we even started painting the dining room which is making my head spin because its a leap of faith whether the walls and color will match.
I’m not sure if its the heat or the sudden change in weather or just a lack of sleep causing it, but I’m feeling a little under the weather with a sore throat creeping up. Hopefully, with more sleep and more water, I’ll get rid of it. Today’s energy level is a bit low so I’ll end it here. I’ll get something fun tomorrow.
Also, this week, look forward to FINALLY the Guardians of the Galaxy post and a few posts from my Saguenay weekend getaway 🙂
Its pretty fitting to have one of these every 3 months mostly because if you haven’t known, I work in the lovely accounting field and well, every 3 months, I have a huge quarter and life gets immensely and overwhelmingly busy. With Fantasia Film Festival lingering about at the same time, I’ve been pretty exhausted. 4 more movies to go before it ends and I’m learning how wonderful life in movies are. I’m taking a little time off today from reviews although I have 3 more festival movies to cover in the next few days.
I felt like a little Pinterest therapy is where I always go to when my mind is overloading.
Before we move forward, I didn’t get a chance to put some interesting stuff that happened during the last week..
1) SURPRISE PLANTS!
Sunflower? We didn’t plant that 😉
I think some squirrels were trying to hide away some seeds and didn’t manage to find them because somehow this year, we sprouted some sunflowers in the front yard and one of them actually bloomed into this lovely thing that brightened up my day 🙂
2) SURPRISE VISITOR
Young Fearless (maybe naive) Robin on the deck
This robin doesn’t even have all this orange belly grown in yet, so I’m guessing its pretty young. Plus, my cat was sitting behind the screen door staring at it. And without zoom, I was right next to it taking pictures and it didn’t even fly away. So yes, fearless or maybe naive, whichever you choose works but it was hilarious to see my cat get all worked up over it.
Did I tell you that our backyard has a robin’s nest and our front yard has a cardinal’s nest? So lots of visitors 😉
3) FIRST VEGETABLE HARVEST!
Cooked yellow zucchini
If you saw last week’s update, my yellow zucchini was growing at intense speed so this week, after some research to make sure if it was ready to harvest, I did harvest two of them. My boyfriend seasoned it and here’s what we had for (part of our) dinner. It was delicious 🙂
4) HAVING LAZY TIME WITH MY CAT!
Sunday morning with my cat
Its been a while that I haven’t had to jump out of bed on the weekend mornings and go do something but since I had a Fantasia Festival movie that overlapped with piano, I pushed it to the evening, giving me more time to just stay in bed. It was needed because I had a few sleepless nights and my body needed to recuperate. There really is nothing more heavenly than sitting around in bed relaxing and doing nothing and just watching my cat. She dreams almost as much as I do so its pretty entertaining 😉
Like I said, short updates so lets move right along to some pins that I found on Pinterest which made me all happy.
First pinning goes to gardening…
5) MY DREAM INDOOR GARDEN
Vertical indoor garden
Now, doesn’t that look cool? Imagine the variety of fresh herbs, right?
And my realistic self comes in and says, its a good idea and looks decent but think about bug infestations…why are there cons to everything, right?
6) ONLY A WRITER…
I’m not really a writer but it makes me think…
Awkward of me to put this? Well, I’m not really a writer but it encourages me to think about the potential of it. I’ve been having this really great idea for a novel but I just couldn’t figure out how to start it. I have a lot of the middle part drafted in my head. You know how I do that? I talk to myself in the shower..well, I pretend to be in the story and I start working it out there with different characters. It sounds weird but I can’t be the only one who does that, right? Some people brainstorm in their heads and some do it out loud…I just happen to be the latter.
By the way, earlier today, I actually managed to get the beginning down on paper for the story I wanted to write for a while 😉 Its not for publishing or anything so just something I want to do for myself. Still, I’m pretty happy about it!
7) TV & HOT GUYS!
Pretty Little Liars- Caleb (Tyler Blackburn)
Pretty Little Liars – Ezra (Ian Harding)
Pretty Little Liars- Jason (Drew Van Acker)
True Blood-Eric (Alex Skarsgard)
True Blood – Alcide (Joe Manganiello)
I’ve recently been on track with True Blood and Pretty Little Liars. I don’t usually search up pins on hot actors but I happened to land on one and then it lead to the next one and trust me, I’ll keep going not hat I made a board just for it 😉
So, remember this when you watch Pretty Little Liars, these are not actually teenagers 😛 So I can enjoy them for who they are and that doesn’t stop me from thinking they are hot. Honestly, I don’t think its possible to have that many hot guys and girls in one city but apparently it happens in fictional places like Rosewood. Its definitely not limited to those up there. I just totally love the character of Caleb and his short hair and new look for this season is totally hot. Plus, I’m increasingly liking what they are doing with Ezra’s character and although I find it attractive in pictures and not as much in the show, he’s leaving an impression all the same. My favorite has to be Jason though. He brings a mysterious vibe to the show whenever he shows up and Drew Van Acker is just ridiculously hot and sexy.
True Blood’s new season hasn’t been all that impressive but I’m still missing the one that just passed by and I just keep thinking they ‘ll just kill everyone off and end the damn thing. Who knows, right? Still, Alex Skarsgard’s Eric look is totally delicious and Alcide is just so manly with those muscles. I tried to keep it tame with the pictures 😉
Yes, yes, superficial. I get to do that once in a while…
8) DESSERT NACHOS
While I was using the words “delicious” to describe the guys, I started thinking about sweets. There is absolutely NO WAY that I’d do a Pinterest Therapy session without some sweets and this one looks scrumptious. I’m literally drooling and thats a comforting thought and a reminder that I need to get back to baking.
I’m definitely going to try to figure out some gluten free option for making this 😉
BEFORE I GO…
Late night session is getting a bit overboard and its past 2am so I should be trying to get some sleep although stress is stopping me from it.
How about a little song from Jack and the Cuckoo Clock Heart (review that I posted yesterday HERE)? Its really cute! There’s also an English version and I believe reading that its Samantha Barks that does the girl’s voice. You can find that version on Youtube, if not just ask, I have it in my playlist and I’ll send you the link. But here’s the original French version. Sorry, I couldn’t find english subtitles…
And then a little electronic music song that mellows me out all the time.
Good night my lovelies! I’ll get another review up tomorrow 🙂