Amazing Chef Amy!

It feels so very good to be in a clean kitchen again.  To not have to fight night and day against dirty dishes and dirty counters and a dirty stove and dirty floors.  Now that I have a clean kitchen at my disposal (though I will admit that I dislike the barely functioning electric stove I now have to deal with) I definitely have felt like cooking more.  Hard to want to cook in a kitchen that nobody but me wants to keep clean.

So since I’ve got a clean kitchen and I’ve been cooking, I’ve come up with a few “recipes” of my own.  All of these are really easy to do and don’t require too much shopping or preparation or anything.  I don’t really have the time to come up with complex things that take half a day to make or equipment I have to lug out.
3 recipes you’re welcome to try



I recently read a blog post from my friend that made me think of a few things.

Whenever I hear somebody go “Well, how does what I do matter anyway?”  I always think of this:

“You can’t change the world, but you can make a dent.”

(Bonus points for whoever can nail where that quote came from.)

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Gothika Review

Cross-Posted to LiveJournal

Don’t like?  Watch the movie first.

So, when I was a little kid, the one genre of movies I wouldn’t touch with a ten-foot pole were horror movies.  I was the world’s biggest scaredy-cat.  In fact, I was so easy to frighten that if you actually got me to watch a horror movie and I wasn’t scared, than you knew it was a really crappy movie.  There were very few movies that danced around that genre that I would be willing to watch, even fewer that I actually enjoyed.

And then I saw this movie.

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