Welcome back me! Wow! I have not posted since last Friday! I am busy and staying that way, it seems!
I love baking, and have lately been baking 2 or 3 items at a time. For example, right now there are apple bars baking and bread rising in our kitchen right now. :O Apple bars recipe courtesy of www.cookingoncloverlane.blogspot.com
OK now for some tips!
Good qualifications: good job!
Okay, so I do not need a job anytime soon, but volunteering (and sometimes getting paid for it) get you good list items to name on your resume and-drum roll please……you can ask your volunteer ‘boss’ for a letter of recommendation!
For example, things I have been volunteering for this summer:
Building Young Leaders, a local education center
- Playhouse _____, a theatre center
- My dad’s school which he is principal of( I have earned money doing odd jobs here)
- Petsitting is a great way to earn money (although not volunteering)
- Just being helpful is a natural way to help out and is fun especially when you get paid for it!
- VBS- vacation Bible school!
Moving on to:
OKay. The first pic, a cool vintage looking fire hydrant, totally me, was sitting there waiting for me to #clicksnapshare, and used Photos on the Mac to give it a Instant, Vintage feel.
Second pic, Road Closed 1, also vintage- used Photos on the Mac to give it a Instant, Vintage feel. I loved the old original feel, and the sign was the perfect subject- get off that closed road! Haha. Personal joke, anyway. With picture 3…
I used Photos on the Mac to give it a Instant, Vintage feel again, but instead, I gave it a little B&W (black and white) touch.
Picture four is of a Jeffrey pine….anyone know anything special about that????? Okay, it smells amazing! Like caramel and butterscotch….oh so good! Go to Yosemite and look for this tree and don’t be afraid to try it, because other people do it too! Plus, the weird people are just smart and brave, looked at jealously by people afraid to try. When someone calls you weird, look at it as a compliment. Anyway. People around you will probably look at you smelling trees and try it too, and find out about the Jeffrey pine! Good job, teacher!
This pic anyway looks at the bark of the tree (the yummy smell part) and focuses intently on it, looking away from the other tree log, and focusing on the bark instead. Huh! Awesome sauce!