Just goes to show what can be done with ten twenty-four-hour periods.
In ten days I have finished school for the year (boy, did I cry!), cooked the most delicious and easy brunch using asparagus, attended a friends conformation, hand made about eleven Christmas cards and purchased gifts!
It feels like a lot to me, but looking back it is nothing in the grand scheme of things. But oh well, I had fun. That is what matters when you are a teenager, isn't it?
Another year of school is over and I feel kinda sad. It was probably the best year ever for me and I wish it would never end. We keep being told that we are 'young ladies' now, but is being a young lady about how many years you have spent at school? I don't want to be a young lady right now, that comes with responsibility. I will say proudly with all the ignorance in the world that I don't quite want to have to deal with that yet. Ah! All my blog post seem to be so sentimental recently! It will pass after new year, I promise!
So, asparagus, wonderful vegetable. Green. Crunchy. Good with lemon, egg and butter. - or so I found out on a lazy Sunday. I had just returned for a friends conformation at the local Cathedral. It was a very beautiful service, with the choir providing music that I thoroughly enjoyed. So I was feeling, to contradict my previous paragraph, happily lady-like. So upon investigating the refrigerator and coming across some asparagus I continued to do the following in hope of producing a 'delicate brunch.'
- Fry asparagus in liberal amounts of butter and fresh-squeezed lemon juice until just warmed through.
- Pour a scrambled egg over the pile of asparagus, let egg cook.
- While still on the heat, top with cheese and let that melt.
- Serve with some black pepper. Eat... delicately