My intention for 2017 is to do/make or embrace art every day.
Oh yum, they look gorgeous Simone. Going to have to get a cuppa now and raid the leftover yukky bits in the biccy tin. x
LOL!!! Oh my gosh, what a great post, Simone!!!.. My first big smiles for the day!!! Yes, I must confess, similar comments could be found on many of my OWN report cards!!.. These ginger oat biscuits look DELICIOUS! Wish I could reach right through the monitor to try one!... Have a great weekend! ~tina
Simone, I got the same quote on my school reports!xxx
Mmm ... those biscuits look yummy! I hope teachers are much more positive on reports these days ... well I try to anyway. Have a nice weekend! Love kathy xxx
ditto - me too!!! Love the biccies - I love ginger ones:0)
That made me chuckle, Simone - I used to get 'could try harder' or 'could do better' comments:) Your biscuits look wonderful no wonder they didn't last very long!
Oh my... that brings back some memories of my high school days in England. When I didn't do as well one year as I had done the previous year, my old-school, very strict geography teacher wrote, "A sad fall from grace." Yikes! I remember wondering just exactly how far I'd fell???? :-)
That quote made me laugh SO HARD!!A very encouraging teacher! The biscuits do look delicious!
I those school reports! I remember one of mine which said 'I am surprised that she has had to be told more than once not to eat in class'.Now if that one isn't the caption for a plate of cookies...
ooh , Autumn for me is definately a bake cookies and cake time . I've just made carrot cupcakes and the smell drifting in from the kitchen mmmm
We would have all done a lot better if they'd used reverse psychology back then! Time and time again I read on my reports, lacks confidence. What help's that? Anyway the biscuits look d-licious. You really can't beat a good Delia recipe. x
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