This morning while I was doing breakfast duty in the cafeteria, I experienced this conversation. Child A, a first-grader, said, "Mrs. Williams are you going to have a baby?" (while he pointed to my tummy) Child B, a second-grader said to him, "No man! Mrs. Williams is WAAAYYY too old to have a baby!" I don't know which comment had the most sting but I do know I won't be wearing this shirt to school anymore!!!!! (Maybe I need to go on a diet NOW!!) TOO funny...boy I have to add this one to my book.
All of my Grands are getting Christmas outfits this week. There is a catch though...their parents have to have the kids pictures taken in them and give me a copy!
Such terrible motives I have....pictures of my grandkids all dress similiarly. Don't you love the red, black and white?
These three simple ingredients make these tasty delights...
Today I presented a professional development session for some of the teachers at my school. Knowing that such things can be painful for participants I decided to make some goodies to help their morning with me more bearable. I received glowing responses from them (about the cake balls.) Here is the easy recipe for those who requested it.
Cake mix of your choice (The ones I made for today were make with a devil's food cake mix)
1/2 can frosting
1 pack Almond bark ( I used the chocolate type)
Ingredients needed to bake the cake: eggs, water, oil
Bake cake as directed and let cool. Crumble cake. Add 1/2 can frosting. This makes a gooey concoction. Form into quarter size balls. Place on a wax paper covered cookie sheet and place in freezer for 30 minutes to harden a little. Melt bark at directed on package and coat balls. Place on wax paper. Allow bark to harden and then enjoy. They will keep several days in the refrigerator if they last that long! The internet has some really cute versions if you want to fancy them up a bit.