Oh yes, its that day again. Hello, Sadness Monster, but you can’t get me down that easily for I have pride and some candy bar filled with happiness! Okay, pride’s a bit of an overstatement, but I am actually feeling quite proud of myself for having the largest amount of likes and follows ever. Well, I’ve only started and I’ve yet to develop a following, but I reckon I’m on a good path!
My previous post, The Girl’s Guide to Urban Living made that happen. Fuzzy Gojira Feline is still in its stage of infantry, but I very well know how to develop a following, and that is posting worthy topics! Or pretty much anything written with some heart and soul, and dedication. 6 likes and 5 posts ain’t that bad for blogging baby, ey?!
I’m feeling very much in a good zone, right now. Take that, Sadness Monster! I’ve got my window open, its raining ridiculously outside, and I’ve got a mug of sweet milk tea (Grandma’s Recipe), peanut butter and sliced banana sandwiched in some crispy maple wholemeal waffles and about to resume watching Season 5 of Family Guy. A swell wednesday night, I believe. I’m feeling like some Jack Johnson, though…So I’m really hooked on Banana Pancakes. It goes well with the rain. =D
Banana Pancakes by Jack Johnson
Grandma’s Sweet Milk Tea (For a big 300ml mug)
Three tea bags of Black Tea (English Breakfast preferred)
4 to 5 tablespoons of Sweetened Condensed Milk
300ml of water
Brew the tea in hot water for a minute until its thick and glowing in dark amber, then stir in condensed milk until it forms a light milky caramel-like tone, similar to a latte. As for the sweetness, it generally is sweet, but definitely suit your preference. When its ready, sit outside on your porch, or open up your window, and sip!
Peanut Butter Chocolate and Banana Waffles
Peanut Butter-Chocolate swirls/ Peanut Butter and Nutella seperate (Or an chocolate spread)
Gardenia’s Maple Wholemeal Waffle (2 waffles in a pack)
5 slices of sweet bananas
First, spread on peanut butter and chocolate on each waffle, then arrange bananas neatly, and sandwich together.
Then heat up the pan, and drop a small bit of butter and let it spread around the pan, then place the waffle on the pan for about 2 minutes on low to medium heat. Change sides and let it sit for 2 minutes.
he waffles come in a variety of flavors as in the picture, but I like the Maple better, and since its made with wholemeal, I guess it adds on some goodness to what’s already quite sinful! Yum!
Do you ever have those moments when your bruise or wound is healing up quite nicely as while it was fresh, you always kept a watchful eye just so you wouldn’t knock into things to trigger the pain? And then during its healing stage, you get a little clumsy or life just won’t let you heal? I did today. Several days ago, I injured my the knuckles of my left hand. Slammed it against the wall a little too hard and ended up with a bruise. I’ve been lucky to keep it safe from harm, caring for it with topical creams every chance I get…But today. Yikes! Bathroom walls, desks, cellphones…Its like it was a magnet for pain. So, in a desperate attempt to let it heal better, I’m wrapping it up. I think it makes me look bad*ss! In fact, I’m gonna go around in my sweet black polka dot dress with a bandaged fist. Gangsta!
But before I sign off, I have would like to take some time to whore out my other blog, Tape and Shuffle, a blog dedicated to music and homemade mixtapes, and some cool articles too! Give it a follow and some love. If you’d like to contribute to Tape and Shuffle, do let me know!
Over and out!