“Junkets, curds and whey, or creams … the names have become ‘muddled’ over time … sometimes curds are listed as creams … while curds and whey were sometimes listed as junkets in the old cookery books.
My Celebrations for this week are:
And now for. . . . Mystery Blogger I’s 2013 theme: “characters and setting for Soloman’s Compass”
Week 4) an ebook of The Princess of Las Pulgas
The Hobbit by J R R Tolkien (1937): This book made a difference to my reading habits. A teacher read this out loud at the end of primary school. I think I was twelve and I thoroughly fell in love with it. I loved it so much that I finished reading it on my own and went on to read Lord of the Rings. I haven’t seen the movie yet.
Harry Potter by J K Rowling (1997): I felt I should mention this, however I only read the first two books (gasp!). I lost interest after that. Perhaps because I’m a slow reader and I have to truly love a series to finish it since there are so many other books calling for my attention.
(If you already have one of the prizes, I’ll figure something else out!)
“In 2004 Eugene Tsui, an architect from the United States published his design for the Strait of Gibraltar Floating Bridge, the longest bridge in the world.”
Mystery Blogger C’s 2013 Theme: “My theme for the A to Z Challenge is Favorite Movies, Bloggers, and Music!”
How do I have time to be insecure in April? I don’t know, but I am. Here’s what I mean.
Will the posts I’ve scheduled actually publish?
Get up at 3AM to be sure.
Go to bed.
Did I have any typos or grammar mistakes?
Get up at #:3:30AM to be sure.
Go to bed.
Did I get that writer’s name correct? How about those links, did I check them?
Get up at 4AM to be sure.