Archive for April, 2010

Ghost Busters!

This movie was really funny.

Bill Maray is always as funny as ever.


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I am touched

Dear Nana,

Thank you, thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for being so wonderfully talented and gifted at baking. And thank you for actually liking baking. Because then I would feel bad at forcing you to bake for me. And thank you for always coming up with the yummiest original cookies, and tweaking all the recipes to add stuff that I like. Just thanks. Because your cookies really are wonderful.]

Nana is kind of a source of pride to me. I always tell my friends, “Yeah, I have a sister who bakes” and they all go, “Ooooooooh” in utter shock and awe. Because they know just as well as I do that baking is darn difficult. So Nana really is very special. Because I think she’s the only person in the whole world that I’ve met so far who could make perfect cookies from her very first baking experience. Without being taught by anyone. Just did it by the book. And then eventually, she started changing things around. Which is amazing.Please never stop baking (For me)! We love you Nana!!!! Stay beautiful.

This really touched me  thank you dear sweet Meli for your appreciation.

I do enjoy baking it makes me relaxed and happy so it benefits me as much as it dose you I really am touched Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

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1/2 cup of butter.

1 cup of sugar.

blend together until creamy

1 tsp vanilla.

1 egg.

add to butter mixture.

3 cup of flour.

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp ginger

1 tsp All spice

1 tsp nutmeg.

fold in

1/2 cup of milk

5 mashed bananas

3 big spoons of peanut butter.

preheat the oven to 370F

bake for 15 minutes.

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watched it at home but didn’t quite finish it cuz dad fell asleep.

Maybe we will finish it today its almost over anyway.

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I do indeed they are not that recent but I haven’t until this moment decided that they are my favorites.

They are……….

Colin Firth.

Huge Grant.

Rufus Sewell.

Rupert Everett.

I know all these actors are now old but I still like them the best and I like all the movies they act in  and I mean all.

because most of them are British movies and I love those kind of movies.

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The shack!

The Shack is a novel by Canadian author William P. Young, a former office manager and hotel night clerk, published in 2007


The novel is set in the American Northwest. The main character is Mackenzie Philips, a father of five, called “Mack” by his family and friends.

Four years prior to the main events of the story, Mack takes his three youngest children on a camping trip to Wallowa Lake near Joseph, Oregon stopping at Multnomah Falls on the way. Two of his children are playing in a canoe when it flips and almost drowns Mack’s son. Mack is able to save his son by leaving his youngest daughter Missy alone at their campsite. After Mack returns, he sees that Missy is missing. The police are called, and the family discovers that Missy has been abducted and murdered by a serial killer known as the “Little Ladykiller.” The police find an abandoned shack in the woods where Missy was taken, but her body is never found. Mack’s life sinks into what he calls “The Great Sadness.”

At the beginning of the book, Mack receives a note in his mailbox from “Papa,” saying that he would like to meet with Mack on that coming weekend at the shack. Mack is puzzled by the note – he has no relationship with his abusive father after Mack leaves home at age 13. He suspects that the note may be from God, whom his wife Nan refers to as “Papa.”

Mack’s family leaves to visit relatives and he goes alone to the shack, unsure of what he will see there. He arrives and finds nothing, but as he is leaving, the shack and its surroundings are supernaturally transformed into a lush and inviting scene. He enters the shack and encounters manifestations of the three persons of the Trinity. God the Father takes the form of an African American woman who calls herself Papa, Jesus Christ is a Middle-Eastern carpenter, and the Holy Spirit physically manifests itself as an Asian woman named Sarayu.

The bulk of the book narrates Mack’s conversations with Papa, Jesus, and Sarayu as he comes to terms with Missy’s death and his relationships with the three of them. Mack also has various experiences with each of them. Mack walks across a lake with Jesus, sees an image of his father in heaven with Sarayu, and has a conversation with Sophia, the personification of God’s wisdom. At the end of his visit, Mack goes on a hike with Papa, who shows him where Missy’s body was left in a cave.

After spending the weekend at the shack, Mack leaves and is so preoccupied with his thoughts that he is nearly killed in an automobile accident. After his recovery, he realizes that he did not in fact spend the weekend at the shack, but that his accident occurred on the same day that he arrived at the shack. He also leads the police to the cave which Papa revealed, and they find Missy’s body still lying there. With the help of forensic evidence discovered at the scene, the Little Ladykiller is arrested and put on trial.

I wrote a book Report on this novel it took me almost a whole week to get it down but I did it and I feel proud of myself because it is the first long report I have done in my life I just hope it counts as a report but even if it dose not I know I tried and succeeded at something I thought I could never do.

If you have the chance  read this book it is a wonderfully sweet story.

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Good hair

This one we watched after Dark City to lighten the mood it was with Chris Rock and it was a documentary about black peoples hair and how much money the hair business is in it was really funny.

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