Update: Quarian Costume
Might as well make an officially type list of stuff to help me keep track. And, you know, just in case anybody is interested.
Unfortunately, I can’t cite this because I found it through google images, but it made me laugh
So I might be crazy. But um. My sister and I were planning on going to New York Comic Con this year and are starting to think about costumes. Space will be at a premium because of how we are traveling (and can’t guarantee the safety of any fragile materials)… but if we DO go in costume….
Well, she’s going to be a krogan. And I’m going as a quarian.
So today my mom, my grandma, my brother and I all went to garden stores after my exam. And I got really excited at all the pretty plants. There are so many different kinds and they all have these cool shapes and color combinations. So mom was like “well why don’t you pick one for us to take home?” so I did. And then I decided I wanted to buy it myself.
Also, the best plants to grow are food plants because you get rewarded more for taking good care of them. So I got a raspberry/yellow columbine and a packet of watermelon seeds. We’ll see how this goes. :B
General FYI to all, I will be away from the computer all weekend between assisting one set of grandparents, celebrating a birthday in the other set, and general housework. See y’all Monday.
Hey guys I learned how to make this for myself today so you should do it. It is amazing.
What you need:
1 -16oz package of egg noodles (8oz cooked)
2-3 boneless skinless chicken breasts
12 oz chopped peppers and onions
20 oz frozen broccoli
1 tub Philidelphia Cooking Creme (Italian Herb is the kind we use)
1/3 cup sour cream
What to do:
Cook your noodles however the package tells you to. We use Kluski brand which are super good. Cook your chicken (my mom cooks it in a skillet, I baked it. Both work.) and cut it into strips or small chunks. Warm up your vegetables in a pan, sautee them a little bit, and add the chicken. Then add the tub of cooking creme and the sour cream, mix that around a little, and then stir that into the noodles. It’s great warm and just as good as leftovers!
To anyone in the Orlando/Kissimmee area:
Aiden found a baby kitten today, eyes barely opened, abandoned in a parking lot.
The vet looked her over and said she is healthy, two weeks old, and flea/worm free. We can take care of her for a few weeks until she’s a little older, but we can’t keep her. We already have two adopted kittens (4 weeks and 5 weeks) and a puppy.
if you or anyone you know can open their home to this poor baby, please contact one of us: Me, Aiden, or Eldi - or if you have friends in this area, reblog! She is free to a good home.
I can hold her in one hand!
Please signal boost this, guys. The little baby needs a permanent, loving home.
oh my god poor baby, ;v; If I was in the area I would
This is how we got one of our cats - just a few days older, enough that her eyes were fully opened. It wasn’t too terribly tough to take care of her - we bottle fed her baby formula (they sell special stuff for kittens though human baby formula works just as well for an indoors cat) until she was big enough to climb stairs on her own and then softened dry food for her. She is now 10 years old and as sweet as can be; she spends every night in the room my sister and I share, preferably curled up next to one of us.
Somebody in the area please pick her up while you can - this is an opportunity to create an especially close bond between you and your pet!