I'm going to take the second degree in University majoring in English. So, I have a lot to do from now on dear. I know, sometimes I couldn't handle the stuff surrounding me and I got stress, but I think I will just surive :D esp as I still can sing the songs I love.
Oh, you are going to go abroad for studying or working? I always hope that someday I can have a chance to go abroad. So, I wish you luck, dear.
By the way, those minions are your artistic work from polymer clay? They are so cute, how can you do that? <3 I used to play with traditional clay with my sister when I was a child, I loved making fruits with them. But traditional clay have no any other colors but brown, So, If I had had some polymer clay at that time to play, that would have been fantastic :D But now, I don't find it much interesting like before. Maybe I'm old :)))
I hope to see you more often, Grace. Have a wonderful time!
How are you? I heard on CNN that typhoon Matmo will landfall in your country today. Please do take care of yourself. That typhoon didn't landfall in my country, but it brought heavy rains due to the effect of monsoon.
Wishing you a positive feelings with this rainy weather.
Wow! Your lunch looks so yummy, Grace! I’d join you with pleasure! What’s this? I’d like to taste all your dishes! I think I’ll like all of them.
I’m happy you liked ice cream with strawberries and strawberry homemade jam. You’re welcome to my Mum’s place. It’s not very beautiful but we’ll offer you a great choice of Russian foods. Here’s the photo of ‘pirozhki’ (the stress on the last syllable), famous Russian food. My Mum makes them rather often and while visiting her I always take part in the process. I myself don’t have time for it.
Pirozhki are baked stuffed buns made from yeast dough and often glazed with egg to produce the common golden colour. They commonly contain different filling: meat (typically beef) or a vegetable filling (mashed potatoes, mushrooms, onions and egg, or cabbage). Pirozhki could also be stuffed with fish (e.g., salmon). Sweet-based fillings could include stewed or fresh fruit (apples, cherries, apricots, chopped lemon, etc.).
The filling of these pirozhki consists of chopped green onion and chopped boiled eggs. The other part of pirozhki has fresh apples mixed with jam.
Grace, today I’m leaving for my Mum again and will enjoy fresh-baked pirozhki. She always bakes them for our arrival!