Monthly Archives: March 2009

Forgiveness

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What do you do when he who has hurt you irreparably wants to get back in touch?  

What do you do when you can’t forgive him but don’t want to hurt him either?  

What do you do when you know that forgiving him would mean hurting your loved ones?  

 

artist credit: Kevin Townsend

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search term feature, issue #1

“nostrils are so big”

Really?  Cos i thought planets were so big.

“yogurt grainy help”

Because the grains are going to attack me!

“air sign not sure”

Okay, this person is just an idiot.  If you’re not sure if you’re an air sign, why don’t you look up which signs are air signs instead of asking the fucking search engine?!  
“dear diary proper english comma or period”

If you’re writing in your diary, why would you worry about using proper English or punctuation?

“realistic legs”

As opposed to…fake-looking ones?  Can legs even look fake?  How did this search even lead to my blog?

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A tribute to my toaster oven

I use my toaster oven so much that i feel like it deserves a tribute.  My aunt gave her old Toastmaster to my mom in 1997, and we’ve been using it since.  Actually, my mom uses a toaster because the toaster oven is “too complicated for her” and she still hasn’t figured out how to use it.  I hate toasters because they don’t let you control or even see the cooking process.  I use my Toastmaster for everything, and even though it’s probably 2 decades old, it’s still working beautifully and i would never replace it.  Here are some of the tasks i use it for:

– toasting bread
– reheating pizza
blind-baking 
– melting cheese
– reheating cookies
– keeping food warm

and many more.  I can even multitask with it:  sometimes i put a ramekin of cold condiment or sauce on top of the Toastmaster while baking something in it to heat both at the same time.  The possibilities with a toaster oven are endless.  Even Eric Ripert advocates its use, although i don’t need a fancy $185 Cuisinart “Brick Oven Toaster Oven.”  

If you don’t have one yet, get one now.  It is one of the best investments you can make; trust me.

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