I’ve haven’t done Thankful Thursday in practically forever. I can’t believe I let it fall by the wayside for so long. It is long past time for it to be reinstituted. Only this week’s addition is a tad different. I like to call it Turn that Frown Upside-down.
All you have to do is take something negative and turn it into a positive. Take a complaint and turn it into an appreciation.
:( These Strawberry cherries don’t taste much like strawberries.
:) These strawberries cherries are delicious.
:( I can’t believe summer ends in a month.
:) Senior year officially begins in a month!
:( I am so sore I can hardly move.
:) That was a great workout: I’m so glad I worked hard.
:( It’s so hot outside.
:) The Sun is shining; it’s a beautiful day!
:( This cake has so much butter and sugar.
:) This cake is soooo delicious and besides, Michael Polan says to eat as much junk food as you want….as long as you make it yourself. (The logic is that you won’t take the time to make stuff yourself very often; clearly he doesn’t know me.)
:( My sister made it.
:) We are of the same flesh and blood….did I mention the cake is delicious?
Mimi’s Cream Cheese Pound Cake
This decadent cake which has been in my family for years will be the star of an meal you serve it with. A small piece on ocassion can certainly be part of a nutritious and balanced lifestyle.
3 sticks of butter
8oz cream cheese
3 cups sugar
3 cups flour
1 Tablespoon vanilla
Cream butter, cream cheese, and sugar. Add eggs and flour alternately. Mix in vanilla. Pour into a greased angel food(tube) pan*. Bake at 325 degrees for 90-120 minutes or until wooden stick interested comes out clean. Let cool and serve with homemade whipped cream and sliced strawberries.
*2 loaf pans may be used in place of 1 angel food (tube) pan. If so, check cakes after one hour.
What is a frown in your life that you can turn upside down?
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