- opening the door for someone
- help elderly people cross the street
- let the person in back of you go first
- pay for someones meal
- donate your things
- greet people
- buy something for people who cant afford something
- ask elderly people if they need help with anything
- give someone a ride if they don’t have a car
- when you see animals in the street don’t be cruel to them
- if someone is cold let them barrow your sweater
- take out the trash without someone telling you to
- give money to hobo’s
- dont be rude to people that annoy you
- smile at everyone
- when someone ask for your help say yes
- be honest to people
- always make sure that your loved ones are okay
- let the older person take a seat
- respect your elders
- never be disrespectful to your parents. .
Originally posted on ice cream magazine:
White rum and golden raisin ice cream. A rum old affair
Whats under your desk?
“My parents reside under my desk, next to a posh, black patent, framed hand bag, a cat adoption box and a woofer.” Stunned silence. “Your parents?” “Yes, they were very together in life, they rarely went anywhere without me so they are snuggled under my desk, still close without a hugely macabre scenario. The adoption box is on top of them, (he used to like sitting on their laps) and the woofer belongs to a wicked sound system. Discuss?”
“You’re quite mad!”
“I don’t keep my all briefs under my desk! That’s mad!” Chortle, chortle. “My Father has been there for a decade and Mum joined him, it’s not as if I keep a shrine or take them out for dinner, once a week?” We are all going to be a tree, I…
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” Visualization – Imagination : What you see is what you get. “
Reflection: this quote emphasizes that whatever you put your mind to is what your going to achieve. If you start making yourself the idea, for example, that you want to become a doctor and you start think it about it seeing yourself as one and try to find the way to make it a reality, then you will happen.
Originally posted on Bake With Me!:
Now I say Coconut bars, but to be honest, they turned out more like boulders – nothing like the nice neat bars I had visioned on creating. Nevertheless, these coconut bars were creamy and delicious, best served straight from the fridge. When it comes to covering them in chocolate, it does get a little messy, but that’s just part of the fun, right?!
200g Desiccated Coconut
397g Condensed Milk
300g Milk Chocolate
1. Line a baking tray with greaseproof paper.
2. In a bowl, mix together the desiccated coconut and condensed milk.
3. Take small handfuls of the mixture and shape into bars.
4. Place in the fridge to harden up slightly before covering with chocolate. (I left mine for an hour but 30 minutes should be fine)
5. Melt the chocolate either in the microwave or over a hob, making sure the bowl avoids touching the water. Once melted…
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Duties and responsibilities: an ultrasound technician uses special machines and equipment that operate on sound waves to determine or diagnose medical problems for patients.
Salary: $ 68,000
Education: to become a ultrasound technician you need a Bachelor’s degree in sonography and they also need clinical training. After when they have a job they still need to take courses to be updated on technology and medical things.
Reflection: personally i believe i would like to become a ultrasound technician because it seems like something i would enjoy doing and they get paid pretty good.
Originally posted on Penny's Food Blog:
This weekend is General Conference for our church, if you are curious about that, you can click here to find out more. There’s this website that I love called “All Things Bright and Beautiful” which I subscribe to and she sent out this adorable reminder tag for the Young Women at church about General Conference with an Oreo cookie on it so I decided to make Whoopie Pies with my new Wilton Whoopie Pie pan for the girls. (I’ll put a picture at the end of the post of the bagged treats with the cute tags.) Since I was using the pan for the first time, I thought I’d go with the Wilton recipe on the box. The pan and the recipe both worked out great as you can see!
1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, softened
1 cup firmly packed brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
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