Sunday, January 24, 2010

O' Christmas Tree

Template: Digital Designs by Lisa - Faith Sisters
Paper: Digital Designs by Lisa - Faith Sisters - 12 Drummers Drumming
Snowflake & Ornament- Adriana Hollenbeck - Faith Sisters

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Romp to Stomp

Please support my efforts to fight Breast Cancer!!

Sunday, January 10, 2010


I never thought that at 30+ years of age I would ever utter those words again, but here I am....I am going to be a business intern for my friend Rose who started her new photography business. I think I will be pretty good at it and who knows maybe it will turn into a paying job. Right now it is Monday's from 12-3 and then working from home in the evenings. I am hoping that some of her talent rubs off on me and my vacation pictures start to turn out better, which should lead to better scrapbooks.

So, if you want to support me and Rose, call Rosemary Wagner Photography 360-630-0526 to schedule you, your kids, or your famlies photos right now.

Now the hard part begins. I am so out of date, on almost everything clothing related. I was looking at my closet yesterday and there is almost no business type clothing in there. I do have a few things and since in office is only 1 day a week I am going to try to build around them, but I have such horrid taste...ok, let us be honest here, I am really, really, really cheap when it comes to things for myself. I really need someone to take me shopping and turn me into a little hipper person. I started with some jewerly that I got for Christmas and my MIL gave me $50 (THANKS), so I am hoping to hit the mall next week and spend that on something that makes me look nice.

Monday, January 4, 2010

jMango & Coconut Rice Wontons

1 package of Wonton Skins
2 Mangoes, diced
2 cans Coconut Milk
1 cup of Jasmine Rice
1/2 of a Vanilla Bean, scraped
1/2 c sugar
1 eggs, wisked
Canola oil for brushing
Mix rice with Coconut milk, vanilla bean scrapings and sugar. Place in a pot with a lid and bake at 350 for 1 hour or until cooked. Mix in Mango and it will look like picture above.
Lay the Wonton skins diagonal and fill with mixture. Roll them up like a burrito and brush each tip with egg so that they stay glued together. Brush each with oil and bake at 350 for approx 10 minutes or until browned.