Today I received a Fiverr gig order for summer Japanese recipes and soon after got a craving for some yummy Yakitori.
We quickly had to go out and get the ingredients because I was not going to be satisfied without it
Oh so delicious!
If you would like a set of 10 traditional Japanese dishes with simple instructions for each, please check out my page: http://fiverr.com/mihos/send-you-10-japanese-recipes-with-step-by-step-instructions
I’m currently working on my children’s book site and would love to get some help from all of you. Please look over the site (keeping in mind it’s a work in progress) and let me know what you think so far.
Tell me if there are any games or activities that you would like to see or if you have any suggestions for good charities related to children’s welfare or the natural world.
I’m open to all honest opinions and comments, so please don’t be shy!
I have been adding ezine articles every now and then as a way to get a few more readers and to provide some useful information about crafts.
My latest article is about kirigami : http://ezinearticles.com/?Simple-Kirigami-Patterns-for-Beginners-and-Children&id=6917098
Have any of you written ezine (or similar) articles? How many of you have positive results from writing articles and how many think it’s not worth doing?
I’ve recently discovered a SUPER FUN app that connects different people and allows you to let your imaginations go wild while drawing.
It’s essentially Pictionary, which I absolutely love!
Here are some examples of my drawings:
If you are interested in this game, just look for “Draw Something” and enjoy! They have a free version and a cheapie paid version. The best part about this game is that you get to collect coins from each game you get correct and then use those coins to buy colours or other benefits -not real money like other games that get you to buy extras.
Last week I went hiking for the first time after a very long time and it was exactly what I needed. I was so happy and relaxed that I felt like a kid again!
Here are a few photos of what I saw: