I seriously can’t stop listening to these two songs. Enjoy.
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This past weekend we watched Lost in Translation. I don’t think I had seen it since it came out in 2003. I didn’t love it the first time, although I was only 16 years old. Did I have good taste in anything when I was 16? LOVED it this time around…8 years later. I’m not always a big fan of Scarlett Johansson but I do adore here in this one.
I got a new lens about a week ago. I haven’t had much time to really use it so here’s to hoping I will this weekend!
Um, yes I still haven’t seen it. It takes A LOT to get me to the movie theater. I promise it’ll happen. Until then, I can still love the movie poster variations that I found on Where the Lovely Things Are.
I decided to make my mom’s recipe last night. I made two loaves (the second was bigger) so I thought I’d share. Who doesn’t like pictures of food? Anyways, it didn’t turn out as great as when my mom would make it but that’s a reoccurring theme in my cooking/baking life. The recipe is below for those that still want that taste of the holidays!
Pumpkin Bread (I added the chocolate chips):
Pre-heat oven to 350. Mix first 8 ingredients and add the remaining ones. Mix and beat 1 minute. Bake large loaf pans for 1 hour and small loaf pans for 35-45 minutes. It makes 3 large or 5 small loaves.