Rustic Apple Tart
Pineapple CakeAfter the baked goodies were cool, I sliced them into neat portions and put them away in the freezer. In this way, if I'm in the mood for "something sweet to eat" I can just zap a slice (45 seconds) in the microwave and have it with tea or after lunch.
I know you're wondering if I was out today....well yes I was, but only for a short period of time.
During an in-depth and extremely interesting conversation with my pc guru friend last night, he asked how the tv was doing, and I told him just fine, it even seemed to be showing better than before.
We kinda have the same tv viewing taste. We discussed "Falling Skies", "Game of Thrones", and a couple of other movies, and then he dropped a bomb on me.
"What about "The World's Strictest Parents?"
"Whuh? What?" I asked. I had never heard of it.
"Yes, they did one of the episodes in Barbados too. You should check it out."
He then gave me a synopsis of the show and directed me to YouTube.
Okay, so off I went to view "The World's Strictest Parents -Barbados episode".
I was flabbergasted. Let me sum it all up for you quickly. A pair of rebel British teens are sent to live with a Barbadian family (Seven Day Adventists) for a week. Their parents hope that they will change their ways by the time they return home to the UK.
I was in total shock at the Barbadian parents. Let's just say that I am happy that my parents were nothing like them.
I must point out though, that it all worked out in the end. I hope that the two teens are still walking the straight and narrow path in their lives.
Here is the episode link, if you have an hour to spare and if you have the heart to view it.
I give you Nathan and Nicole....she actually opens bottles by removing the caps/stoppers with her teeth!