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... prepared all the food I had more on the bench and floor than I did in the actual dish. It was like a four year old had tried to cook.
But the quiche turned out really well. It took ages, but was very good.
The cake turned out..ok. It was a but dense, and I had mix left over. It wad not like my mums cake.
And the icing. Well that needed a mother's touch more than everything else combined. I don't ...
... species, both on a local and global scale.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
- Conduct and co-ordinate research aimed at species counts and identifying threats to native shark species.
- Developing workable, realistic and environmentally responsible solutions to those threats.
- Provide consistent, reliable and vital data to conservation, fisheries management and governmental agencies.
- Provide free education programs in local communities to educate on ...
... by the Prince Albert Park. It was like any kind of carnival you would see in the US these days, right down to the music. I happened to hear one of my Zumba songs and it made me that more anxious to get back home! I have been taking lots of photos of doors here. There are so many different styles and colors, some with slots for letter and others with distinctive door knockers. Maybe I'll have enough to make a photo collage. We have been lucky with the ...
... frozen wonderland. The display was mainly to advertise the new Disney movie called Frozen, which is coming out in December, but there were also an array of Disney princes, princesses and characters to see. I loved Aladdin and Jasmine, and Mulan! The most impressive ice sculpture was probably the half sunken ship, the ice bridge and the reindeers. You could walk to the top of an ice balcony too! I really wanted to go down the ice slide, but the kids were hogging ...
... never capturing the publics lack of imagination but producing the most insanely vivid and evocative paintings the world would ever see (and in vast quantity, over 2000 pieces in a little over a decade) until he totally wore himself out and ended his breathtaking life.
I read this 'fantastic' story (much of it obviously fictionalised) & it moved me very deeply regard the concessions an artist must make to even begin to woo the ...