I met this other mom at Kailea's pre-school a while back. She seemed different from most of the other moms there - different in a way that I can best describe only as "cooler" than the others - or atleast, perhaps - more like me. One of the better English speakers -that probably had something to do with it. Well, she's got a little girl Kailea's age. And now that it's summer vacation - we set a time up for our girls to play together. I noticed a lot of buddha's in the house. I asked if she practiced Buddhism. She said no - I practice Hinduism. Oh. Tell me about that. So she told me a little bit. She said we eat vegetarian once a week. I think she's not too into it because she loves fish and shrimp and stuff like that. But she gave me a bunch of vegetarian Indian products to try because I told her I was vegetarian - but Latter-day Saint. I'm really excited to try some of the stuff she gave me. The Chickpea curry mix looks so yummy - I'll have to see how it compares to my recipe. And she gave me some home-made masala - that her mother made and it smells so divine! I cannot wait to use that - tomorrow - a new day - I look forward to that :)
Choco-choco chip-raspberry muffins
Blueberry Corn Muffins
All of the muffins were really good. Mark's favorite were the Apple Pie Crumb Cake muffins. But I'm a girl - a typical girl - I like muffins best with chocolate chunks and berries - yummy!