Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Alphabet Fun part 3

Goodmorning everybody!

I thought starting this day with a joke, like this picture I found:

Uhhh, what do you think? It's nice one, but I also have the idea there is hanging an odd smell around here!!! (that's a saying we use here, when you boast about yourself, get the idea???)hahahaha.

I took an easy day yesterday, spent a lot of time at the computer and have a nice kit(I think) in my "designing-oven". Talking about cooking, I also had it easy for dinner, because I still had a lot left from the day before. I made something my mother called always Boeuf Parmentier. That is a layer of mashed potatoes, a layer of minced beef, quickly fried in a pan a bit, with all kind of seasoning in it, also hacked onions, and than again a layer of mashed potatoes. Then I cover it with a thin layer of grated cheese and then cover it with a bit of bread-crums, some little lumps of butter and then I put it in the oven for about half an hour on 200 ° C. You can give all kinds of vegetables with it, yesterday it was a salad of tomatoes. And it is always tasting better the next day, you know!

But today I have to do some things around here. That's is a never ending story, as you all know!

So let's give you part three of the Alphabet Fun, the last of the papers, from S to Z. The preview I am showing here is not included, it is just for having one on the blog. You already have the previews of the papers. Now have a funny day, not too warm, not too cold, just a nice temperature and enjoy yourself!



Maria said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 30 Jul [LA 12:00am, NY 02:00am, UK 07:00am, OZ 05:00pm]).

Edna B said...

Thank you so much Kyra. I can't wait to see what the whole kit looks like together. It looks like such fun.

Cindy said...


lwlittlebit said...

Thanks so much!

Christine said...

Thanks a lot for these papers.

Elizabeth said...

thank you, these are lovely. We have made a similar pie, with the mashed potato bottom and top. I usually put some onion in when I brown the meat, it's a tasty dish!