I finally made one of Amanda's (of Rhyme & Ribbons) delicious recipes: Honey Roasted Chicken Breasts! Mine doesn't look as good as hers because 1. I'm not as good of a cook as she is and; 2. I don't have a fancy camera or good lighting in my home. But trust me, it was good! If you'd like to make it yourself, you can find her recipe here.
After cooking the night before, it only seemed fair to go out to eat the next day. Andrew and I found a place near our house that had a patio, so that we could bring the furball, Misty, with us.
We took her for an extra long walk at the park
Every year, Toronto has an event called Buskerfest. Every year I want to go, just to see the magicians. There are a ton of other buskers there too (street performers/entertainers) but all I ever care about is the magic tricks.
|Is that a police car? Oh no, it's just a car for Sergent Splatters (paintball)|
The show was so good!
The magician asked for a $20 bill from someone in the audience. He had the audience member write his name on the bill. The magician then folded the bill up as small as he could. When he unfolded it, it became a $1 American bill!
He then went on with the show. At the end, the audience member was still waiting for his $20! The magician pointed to a bag that he had on his magic table and reminded the audience that he hadn't touched the bag at all. He pulled out a lemon from it. He then cut the lemon open. Inside the lemon was the $20 bill! Still folded! With the audience members' name on it!
I don't know how it was done (which is why I love magic) but it was so well done!
We spent the rest of the night at the airport, with a few other people, as they worked on the plane
|Raymond (Andrew's brother), Andrew, myself and Misty|
Then Misty and I watched the sun set before calling it a night (that's a lie. We then went out to eat and got home way too late and now I want to go back to bed).
How was your weekend?