I’ve been wanting to make this post for the last three days, and finally I’m able to.
Do you know those weeks where you have something you have to do every single minute? Or plans for every hour? Well, this is one of those weeks. I usually make time for blogging, since it is one of my top favorite things to do, so not being able to blog means I really haven’t had the time.
Take this day for instance. All of my morning-lessons were cancelled, so I didn’t have to go to school until 12. So I decided to do all my homework in the morning, so I’d have free time in the after noon. But no… In biotechnology we are going to make a big presentation about cancer (very interesting actually). There are 5 groups who will work on different things and to make sure everything comes together perfectly me and two others have been picked out to be some kind of helpers or heads. I’m very happy I was picked out. It just means we have to know everything.
So I went home and read 35 very difficult (even my teacher said they were difficult) pages. That took some time. (But it really was interesting. I’m a geek, I know ;) )
After that I went to the school again to watch the musical made by students. I should have loved to participate, but unfortunately they practiced on Thursdays, where I babysit. Such a shame! But instead I got to watch a really good musical.
Did I ever tell you that I’m actually participating in another big musical in my town? It is the best thing ever!
Too much of not talking about christmas cookies. Sorry guys.
A vert traditional Dansih christmas “cookie” is pepper nuts. And they have absolutely nothing to do with nuts. Well, they are the same size (I guess that is the reason for adding “nuts” to the name). Tiny spiced cookies. An all-time favorite.
I made these a little healthier by making them completely wholewheat (I mainly used oat flour) and by omitting refined sugar. There are sweetened with maple syrup instead. But don’t worry – you won’t be able to tell at all. I’ve made different people taste them, and they all liked them.