Monday, February 22, 2010
Sunday, February 21, 2010
Place pan in freezer for a few minutes (until next layer is ready)
Make the filling: spread the jelly over the cooled crust in pan. Place back in freezer until next layer is done.
Beat 5 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon of butter, peanut butter and confectioners sugar with a mixer, until light.
Spread over the jelly layer.
Make the glaze: Place the chocolate and remaining 2 tablespoons of butter into the heatproof bowl, over the simmering water.
Heat until chocolate is is melted.
Remove from heat, stir until smooth.
When it's cool but still runny, spread the glaze over the chilled peanut butter layer. Smooth it out.
Remove them from the pan by lifting the foil from the pan. Cut into squares and enjoy.
Friday, February 12, 2010
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Specs are as follows:
Dell Inspiron 5000
CPU Intel Pentium 3 200MHz
Toshiba XM-7102B CD ROM Drive
6 GB Harddrive
Synaptics Touch Pad
Floppy Drive 200MHz
Video Card- Rage Mobility P/M AGP2X 33MHz
PCI Bus Slot
1 USB Port
It is currently running Windows XP.
Fully functioning laptop, no virus', nothing wrong with it. There is nothing visually wrong with it either, as you can see in the pictures.
It was my personal laptop, used very infrequently. It was given to me by my aunt who hardly ever used it at all. I am selling it to make more space in my storage closet.
It does NOT have ethernet port, you will need a USB device to get online.
Serious inquiries only please.
This, to me, is a very comprehensive listing of exactly what we have to offer you. It has 3 pictures included in the listing, of the front, back and screen.
Almost all I have gotten are the most random inquiries EVER.
I got a lot of people with just a name and #. I am not calling someone who would like to buy from me. So eventually I added this to the ad:
"Please also understand that I am not willing to give out my phone number to just anyone, so if you are interested we can email to get started and once you decide you are serious about buying the laptop, then we can exchange numbers."
Still I receive emails with just the #. I ignore them.
Then there are the people who ask me a million questions, like this beauty:
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Thursday is the actual anniversary day and KC is taking me out to dinner somewhere he secretly picked. I am excited to get dressed up and have him surprise me. I have an idea of where he may have picked but I don't want to ruin the surprise if I am right. It's so sweet that he is going out of his way to surprise me. The planner in me is having to take a back seat and thats not easy but it's still exciting.
Friday afternoon we are meeting a bunch of random friends at a cupcake shop in NYC called Crumbs (http://www.crumbs.com/) and going to Bryant Park In NYC (http://www.bryantpark.org/) to hang out and eat the cupcakes. The park is across the street from the cupcake place. They have the yummiest cupcakes! And since the park is a free place to hang out, it works for anyone's budget! And if worse comes to worse we can all hide inside the library, which is right there as well.
And finally, Saturday we are having a vow renewal ceremony and brunch with a few close friends. It's going to be intimate with just about 15 of us, just those who have been there for us the most through the good and bad stuff. The ceremony itself is at: Wisteria Pergola in Central Park. It's gonna be cold but it's a place that has meaning to us, so it'll be short and sweet and very bundled up. We used to go there to hang out when we were first dating. It's beautiful in the spring but still has ambiance in the winter. We are hoping the cold will hold off some, so we don't freeze too badly. Having it in a place that has meaning beats out some restaurant or some other indoor place.