.....So after that weekend I obviously fell behind on my 30 Days of Blogging.
Day 18: My Future Wedding:
When I first got engaged my wedding involved this:
My actual wedding will be held here
The goal is to have a beautiful reception, filled with lots of flowers and candles. I will still have a slight princess theme and wear a poofy dress, and probably a tiara. Despite what a lot of my friends think, I don't want anything over the top. My wedding will be fairly big, but I want to keep it as simple and traditional as possible. For example, I don't want a 10 tier cake with a fountain and bridge. I more attracted to a simple three tiered cake with flowers and the traditional bride and groom sitting on top.
Day 19: A Talent of Yours:
I don't consider myself very talented. I used to dance (Jazz, ballet, musical theater, acro, lyrical) but I stopped when I was 13 so I don't think it counts as a talent anymore. I like photography, but I don't consider it a talent, more of a hobby.
I;m pretty good at remembering song lyrics and naming songs just from listening to the first few bars. I don't know how many people remember the show "Don't Forget the Lyrics" with Wayne Brady, but I used to watch it religiously and I was pretty good at it. C used to joke that he was going to put me on it, because I would win. So it's kind of odd, but I guess it can be considered a talent.
Day 20: A Hobby of Yours:
As mentioned above, I consider photography a hobby. I like it, but it's not something I would pursue professionally. I also like to scrapbook. I find it relaxing, and a good way to preserve memories. Most of the time I can't be bothered to drag out all of my stuff to do it, but when I do I always enjoy it.
Day 21: A Recipe:
I have covered many times on this blog my lack of cooking ability. I don't deny that I am hopeless in the kitchen, and that if it weren't for C, I probably wouldn't eat. One recipe that I did find, and that I do enjoy making when I feel motivated it Ranch Chicken. It's pretty easy (it has to be, if I'm going to do it)
Boneless, skinless chicken breasts
Italian Bread Crumbs
Take the chicken and dip it in the Italian dressing, then roll it into the bread crumbs. Place the chicken on a tray (I would put tin foil down or they will probably stick)
Cook on 350, for about 45 minutes.
It so good and really easy. I normally make either scalloped potatoes, or rice to serve with it.