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Day 07- A picture of someone that has the biggest impact on you

Deb Morison - she is the coolest lady I know.
In this photo is Me, Neesha and Deb

It's hard to believe that there is only 1 more day of 2010. I have loved this year and I hope that next year is as good or even better! I have been thinking of what I'm going to get up to in 2011 and it is going to be an epic year. Mind you it's going to take me all year to do what I have planned - how exciting :)

Easy peazy fruit muffins from Tania

50grams butter
1 cup milk
1 egg
2 cups flour
4 level b.powder
1-1 1/2 cups sugar
1 can fruit drained and chopped into smaller pieces, I like to use peaches
Topping, 2 t sugar with 1 t cinnamon

Melt butter, add egg and milk, beat well. Add fruit and dry ingredients. Mix, put into greased muffin tins. Sprinkle with suger  and cinnamon. Bake 180* for 15 20 minutes.

Today I got given some rhubard, I cut it up put it on the stove to cook for rhubard crumble and then went outside and got distracted by a monarch butterfly and came back inside to a burnt smell. BUGGER no crumble for us tonight :( 

Got a nice photo - everywhere I go I see these at the moment.
Maddy spied one of the last mandarins on the tree 

The Youtube clip of the day is cool pavement art

My card for the day is WEDDING
such a lovely reminder.


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