I've decided that every 5 Pinterest tests, I'll do a short review of the outcome. You know, just to prove to myself that Pinterest isn't just a place where I can hoard things electronically, but also has real, valuable uses in my life.
Cheesy Chicken Spaghetti Casserole: HUGE win. Omnomnom (granted, I omitted the garlic and onion). 30-minute rolls: Win. You may or may not remember that I made these for Thanksgiving Dinner while I was in Taiwan. And then at least 2 times after that. (The link to the actual website with the recipe was failing as I was adding links to this post, so it's a good thing I have the recipe saved to my computer!) Fudge Chocolate Chip Cookies: Uhh... Not a win, exactly. See my previous post about that one. Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Brownies: Win. Sososososo good. Need to make again. Cheesy Chicken Roll-ups: Very similar to a meal that has been on the family dinner menu for basically my whole life, but with a little twist of cheddar cheese added to the mix. Yum. Yumyumyum.
Guys, my Pinterestings are so successful lately that I have no ill-feelings about being such a digital hoarder.
After... well, way too many credits and a few too many years, I've finally figured out what I am doing with my life! (I think...) My newest life goal is to become an elementary school teacher. Which means, of course, heading back to school! Yippee! I have ideas of where I want to go to school (some of you know), but I'm not yet certain where I will be going. I should be able to graduate within 6 semesters (including student teaching).
That's pretty much it for updates on my life. I still go to work and I still miss Taiwan lots.
P.S. I posted this on twitter, but a few minutes ago there was a neighbor kid dressed up as a giant red bunny dancing at the end of the cul-de-sac. I cracked my front door open and snapped a picture because I am awesome like that. Please zoom in somehow; I didn't dare get any closer, and I had to be super speedy so as not to be noticed. I guess that makes me a Creeper.
"I think I know how it is to be grown up; it's when you feel how someone feels that isn't you." -Frances Griffiths