If chocolate be the food of love, eat on.
Oh, wait. Wrong quote.
If music be the food of love, play on. Is that better?
I love many things, it's true. So, in honor of Valentine's Day and for your reading pleasure, I will now list some of them. Warning: I will probably update this list periodically.
Caffeine Free Diet Dr. Pepper.
The Sound of Music.
The Phantom of the Opera.
Josh Groban's voice.
Michael Buble's voice.
The smell of coffee beans.
People playing with my hair.
My down comforter.
Lost in Yonkers.
Prank phone calls.
Sheets (or clothes) warm out of the dryer.
World War II movies.
World War II in general.
Gene Kelly Dancing.
Hugh Jackman singing and dancing.
As Time Goes By. The TV show.
Men in Wrangler jeans with cowboy boots.
Fiddler on the Roof.
The Book of Mormon.
Tumbleweed. The real thing, not the restaurant.
Real Simple magazine.
Bagels with cream cheese and lox.
Tuesdays with Morrie.
Watching the sun rise.
Anne of Green Gables.
Chocolate with nuts.
Rain on a summer day.
Fresh baked bread with real butter.
Listening to music as I wash the dishes.
The smell of freshly cut grass.
The smell of my dog's toe pads. Don't judge me. You just have to experience it to know what I mean...it goes along with the smell of freshly cut grass.
Now, for your eating pleasure I will share two chocolate recipes with you. In case you want to make them over the weekend, for Valentine's day and all.
Molten Chocolate Lave Cake
Delicious Baked Fudge
Oh, one more thing. The Olympics started yesterday and I love the Olympics. This means that I might not be blogging while they are being shown. I will try, but I can't guarantee anything.
Copyright © 2010 by Natasha M.