Yesterday evening was absolutely the most fun I’ve ever had so far in 2012! I mean, how can you not have an absolute blast when making insanely over-the-top clothing and letting total strangers throw black light paint at you while you come close to freezing to death?!
But in all seriousness, I went to DayGlow with some friends and had an incredible time dancing until my legs felt like noodles. Let me share with you the aftermath of such a night:
This shirt took me all of about 10 minutes to slice up but it was the most fun piece of clothing that I’ve ever worn. The strips bounce and twirl more than any girl could ever hope for! Wearing this shirt made standing still, even for just a second, impossible.
On another note. I think someone is trying to tell me that I’m a “gone-er” because I’ve found two dean animals outside my apartment in one week. First off, a solidly frozen bullfrog, which should be well into hibernation by now.
Second deadie was a dead cardinal bird this morning. From a reasonably short distance, it looked perfectly fine… you know, aside from being dead.
If the mob is indeed trying to send me a message, I think the message must be that the economic recession is hitting EVERYONE hard. Any who, I just finished making a dish of cereal bars to have for breakfast this week.
Now, I claim no credit for this idea, as I blatantly stole it from a lovely lady that I met at football party… Yes, I’m telling you that the only think I took away from watching an entire football game was a recipe and the realization that Clay Matthews is quite attractive, if only in a Nordic-Caveman sort of way. I don’t think I would be surprised to see him lumbering around with a club dragging the ground.
Okay! Okay! Back on topic! The cereal bars! No real recipe. They are just Rice Crispy Treats, with Cinnamon Toast Crunch instead.
6 c. Cinnamon Toast Crunch (or whatever cereal you prefer, I suppose)
10.5oz. Mini Mashmallows.
Heat the butter and the marshmallows in the microwave for 3 minutes. Take it out and mix in cereal. Quickly pour it into a greased pan and let set. Super yummy! It’s such a quick and yummy breakfast, though not terribly healthy. On that note, I feel as though I should disclose to you that I have two recipes that I will be trying this week, and they are both fatty, fat, fat, fat food. You’ve been warned, but I’ve had a heck of a desire to make sweets this week…
Until then, loves, do take care.