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Sunday, April 8, 2012

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Moon Rock Cakes

I made Moon Rock Cakes from a recipe in the Puffin Post Magazine.

Monday, August 8, 2011

The Mole Sisters and the Moonlit Night

The Mole Sisters and the Moonlit Night

The world is a wonderful place and anything can happen on a beautiful moonlit night.
"La bela Luna," sang the mole sisters in Italian, and gazed up at the night sky.
"Oh look!"
"A shooting star."
"Quick -- lets's make a wish."
"Mmmm ... ... mmmmm ... MWAH -- it worked!"
"We're on the moon."
"Imagine that! Moles on the moon."
"It's a bit like home", they said, and sighed.
"Mmmmmm ... MWAH -- it worked!"
"We're home."
"And ... .. that just goes to show", said the mole sisters.
"Anything really can happen on a beautiful moonlit night. Especially to us !"

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Oat Crunch


1. 11 hand fulls of Oats
2. 9 hand fulls of Sunflower seeds
3. 1 egg
4. 1 teaspoon Honey
5. 1 tablespoon of Milk
6. half teaspoon of sugar

Grind oats and sunflower seeds to a flour.

Add egg to form a dough.

Form the dough into a biscuit shape.

Sprinkle with sugar.

Bake biscuit for twenty minutes at 150°.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

My Mummy

Tummy tickler, garden weeder, flower planter
great teacher, cake maker, fun creator, bossy bosser.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

A Song of the Weather by Michael Flanders

January brings the snow
Makes your feet and fingers glow

February's Ice and sleet
Freeze the toes right off your feet

Welcome March with wintry wind
Would thou wer't not so unkind

April brings the sweet spring showers
On and on for hours and hours

Farmers fear unkindly May
Frost by night and hail by day

June just rains and never stops
Thirty days and spoils the crops

In July the sun is hot
Is it shining? No, it's not

August cold, and dank, and wet
Brings more rain than any yet

Bleak September's mist and mud
Is enough to chill the blood

Then October adds a gale
Wind and slush and rain and hail

Dark November brings the fog
Should not do it to a dog

Freezing wet December then:
Bloody January again!