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11961 | Uploaded on August, 2, 2014 | 1 month ago

3 | Uploaded on August, 2, 2014 | 1 month ago

I’m sorry, but who the fuck decided that these monstrosities were fashionable?  These are upgraded and overpriced moke slippahs.

I’m sorry, but who the fuck decided that these monstrosities were fashionable? These are upgraded and overpriced moke slippahs.

0 | Uploaded on July, 31, 2014 | 1 month ago

Perfection.

Perfection.

0 | Uploaded on July, 30, 2014 | 1 month ago

Insecure people only eclipse your sun because they’re jealous of your daylight and tired of their dark, starless nights. Shannon L. Alder
1 | Uploaded on July, 29, 2014 | 1 month ago

A delicious full flavored breakfast to-go.

Cook Time: 45 Minutes
Prep Time: 30 Minutes
Recipe makes 1 cupcake tray (12 servings)

Ingredients:
▪6 Eggs
▪1 C Organic Whole Milk
▪1/2 C Dark Brown Sugar
▪1 TBSP Vanilla Extract
▪Black Forest Turkey Deli Meat(12 Slices)
▪Vegan Butter Substitute (1 Stick)
▪Phyllo Dough (20 Sheets)
▪Ground Black Pepper
▪Agave Nectar
▪Shredded Sharp Cheddar
(You can substitute the deli meat for any other variation of your choice, as well as the agave nectar for honey, vegan butter for regular butter, and whole milk for soy, coconut, etc.)

Directions:
oo1.  Preheat oven to 350°F(omit this if you’re prepping for the next day,) and line your cupcake pan. Combine eggs, milk, sugar, and vanilla. Thoroughly whisk ingredients, set aside.
oo2.  Lay your phyllo dough out and cut into 12 equal pieces. Coat each sheet, individually, with the butter using a basting brush.  Evenly place each sheet into the cupcake liners; place them so that there is about a half inch to an inch of a border sticking out of the cups.
oo3.  Pour egg mixture into each cup almost to the pan brim.
oo4.  Get a piece of Turkey, and fold in half, horizontally. Then roll it up like a cinnamon roll and place it into the cup.  Repeat for each cup.
oo5.  Sprinkle cheese onto each cup, use remainder egg mixture to drizzle over the cheese.
oo6.  Wrap with cling wrap, and then foil. Place in the fridge. (Omit this step if using right away.)
oo7.  Place it in the oven, and set timer for 35 minutes.
oo8.  Take out the breakfast cups and lightly drizzle them with the agave nectar, add a little more cheese, and freshly ground black pepper. Put them back in the oven for 10 more minutes. 
oo9. Let stand for 15 minutes and enjoy!

A delicious full flavored breakfast to-go.

Cook Time: 45 Minutes
Prep Time: 30 Minutes
Recipe makes 1 cupcake tray (12 servings)

Ingredients:
▪6 Eggs
▪1 C Organic Whole Milk
▪1/2 C Dark Brown Sugar
▪1 TBSP Vanilla Extract
▪Black Forest Turkey Deli Meat(12 Slices)
▪Vegan Butter Substitute (1 Stick)
▪Phyllo Dough (20 Sheets)
▪Ground Black Pepper
▪Agave Nectar
▪Shredded Sharp Cheddar
(You can substitute the deli meat for any other variation of your choice, as well as the agave nectar for honey, vegan butter for regular butter, and whole milk for soy, coconut, etc.)

Directions:
oo1. Preheat oven to 350°F(omit this if you’re prepping for the next day,) and line your cupcake pan. Combine eggs, milk, sugar, and vanilla. Thoroughly whisk ingredients, set aside.
oo2. Lay your phyllo dough out and cut into 12 equal pieces. Coat each sheet, individually, with the butter using a basting brush. Evenly place each sheet into the cupcake liners; place them so that there is about a half inch to an inch of a border sticking out of the cups.
oo3. Pour egg mixture into each cup almost to the pan brim.
oo4. Get a piece of Turkey, and fold in half, horizontally. Then roll it up like a cinnamon roll and place it into the cup. Repeat for each cup.
oo5. Sprinkle cheese onto each cup, use remainder egg mixture to drizzle over the cheese.
oo6. Wrap with cling wrap, and then foil. Place in the fridge. (Omit this step if using right away.)
oo7. Place it in the oven, and set timer for 35 minutes.
oo8. Take out the breakfast cups and lightly drizzle them with the agave nectar, add a little more cheese, and freshly ground black pepper. Put them back in the oven for 10 more minutes.
oo9. Let stand for 15 minutes and enjoy!

0 | Uploaded on July, 28, 2014 | 1 month ago

0 | Uploaded on July, 20, 2014 | 1 month ago

With my husband’s help we made a Boston Cream Pie for him and my Mother-in-law’s Birthday today 🎂 ❤ ❤ ❤

#birthday #bostoncreampie #darkchocolate #vanilla #extrarich #delicious #cake #21st #somanysummerbabies

With my husband’s help we made a Boston Cream Pie for him and my Mother-in-law’s Birthday today 🎂 ❤ ❤ ❤

#birthday #bostoncreampie #darkchocolate #vanilla #extrarich #delicious #cake #21st #somanysummerbabies

1 | Uploaded on July, 17, 2014 | 1 month ago

My little ham.

My little ham.

3 | Uploaded on July, 17, 2014 | 1 month ago

How to make a Gold Laurel

Things you will need
▪Florist Wire
▪Scissors
▪Krylon Glitter Blast Glitter Spray
▪Shrub
▪Cardboard (or just any type of surface to spray the laurel on)

oo1. Take your Florist Wire and measure around the crown of your (or whomevers) head leaving about 2-3 inches of slack, then cut.
oo2. Choose a Shrub from your backyard or the park, cut a few small branches(make sure it’s enough for the length of your pre-measured florist wire), then prune excessive leaves.
oo3. Rinse the leaves off in the sink, and let them air dry.
oo4. Once dry, start wrapping the branches with the wire. Overlap the branches, and be sure to tightly wind the wire at each joining part.
oo5. Proceed with spraying the laurel, then let dry.

Side note:
To get an overall better final result cover the laurel with an even coat of a white or gold spray as a primer before applying the glitter blast.
I didn’t do this step because I was short on time.

(Source: xxxology)

0 | Uploaded on July, 15, 2014 | 1 month ago

Playing with Athena.

#woodenblocks #playskool #athena #playtime

Playing with Athena.

#woodenblocks #playskool #athena #playtime