August 16, 2010

Playing Catch Up.....

.....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:

Casa Loma in Toronto. Beautiful venue, but way too ridiculous with the restrictions.

And this:

I haven't totally given up on this one yet, I'm working on C.

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)

You need:

Boneless, skinless chicken breasts
Ranch dressing
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.

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