I'm a huge anime nerd. I guess when I saw it, I was kinda amazed by the quality of the films, so I never stopped watching. Anime is like a Japanese cartoon for teens and adults, so it's usually really graphic, but there are a lot of others that can be watched by you teens.
I absolutely LOVE to read and write. The subjects are like enclosed comfort zones, out of my own. Books transport you to a wonderful place, weather you're reading, or writing them. The best thing about books, however, are that you fall in love with the characters minds and attitude, their flaws and imperfections. you fall in love with their souls, not their looks.
Everyone loves chocolate, right? Though people(like me) don't necessarily like to eat the creamy candy, they certainly like to cook with it. I'm not saying that everyone likes to cook, but wasn't it fun? You know, when you went over to your grandmother's house for Christmas, and helped her bake the traditional Hot Cocoa. As you probably figured out by now, I love to bake and cook for others, and just about all of the dishes I make have chocolate associated with them!
No, this is not heaven on a plate. It's the closest thing you can get to that, though. This is s'mores stuffed french toast. I added this because I reaaaallllllllyyyyyy like to make this dish for a fun breakfast/desert for family and friends. It's simple and quick to whip up on short notice, and it's not to sweet. My mother and I have eaten this on many special occasions, so I thought I should add it on here.
I decided to go with this website, because it is my absolute favorite place to go on the internet. It has tons of designs by independent artists anywhere in the world, and it sells art on merchandise such as shirts, stickers, phone/device cases, bags, blankets, throw pillows, etc. It's got some pretty good pricing, too. Just about half of my wardrobe is from Redbubble!
I chose a photo of chili because I love to make it. I have an original chili recipe, I call it MYF(Melt your Face) Chili, That I love to make during the holidays and Winter. It's called MYF chili, because the first time I had attempted it, it had been a spin-off of a recipe I found in a cookbook. The recipe had called for one tbsp of chipotle chili powder, two if you wanted a stronger heat. I had only added the one tbsp, and my mother and I were not able to finish the dish because it was so hot!