Not only did she get first, but she also got second in show, coming in close to a plate of sugar cookies. Thinking back on it now, I laugh a little every time because Bailey had never really liked sugar cookies. And whenever there is the mention of sugar cookies I know that she is thinking about how she should have won that too. As we are sitting in her basement eating cookies and watching the Harry Potter series, I’m glad that we had gone through the ups and downs that we had. I know that if we hadn’t, Bailey and I wouldn’t be the best of friends as we are
Soon her cookies were all baked. (Parish 16) The author shows the female gender role by making Amelia bake cookies because the cookie jar happened to be empty. Although the author shows some gender stereotypes in the book she does support gender equality. The author supports gender equality through the title of the book Play Ball, Amelia Bedelia. This shows that the author supports gender equality because most guys won’t let girls play baseball with them.
I also shared that I was pretty certain that the regular, non whole wheat pasta, contained sugar. They were in disbelief and assured me that neither of those would have sugar in them. I asked them to check the ingredients list, and to their surprise, there was sugar added to these products. We were able to come up with a quick and savory dish to avoid any accidental consumption of processed sugar. I was also given an entire plate of different fruit to represent my cake (including birthday candles) and this made me feel very supported in my abstinence activity.
While going through the store he comes across candies that were “tiered like bleachers”( Soto, 26), there were so many choices and his girl picked out the chocolate on one of the shelves, although what she picked out was more expensive than he thought and couldn’t afford it. When paying for the bar of chocolate which his girl picked out, he couldn’t pay for it
Parents laughed and kids played. Reading the story made me smile. It just seemed lik a happy great time for everyone, Never wanting the fun to end. And the unbreakable bond between all of them showed this theme greatly. "A child—could wake up one day and call for “Block Party Day.” And we’d share ribs, corn, chicken, tater pie, and collard greens, and Miss Sarah who never married always made punch with vanilla ice cream and it would melt into a swishy mess."
After experimenting, he finally thought, “This is my passion.” Blue Muffin Cat made many different gourmet waffles for snacking. Some with chocolate fudge layered neatly on top, others with melted butterscotch. He had it all! But even though it all seemed
I remember trying to paint my nails for school and they looked so bad I remember drinking strawberry pop, which is hard to find nowadays I remember when I got my first camera. It was a big bulky camera that required film. I took random pictures of my house and my dogs. I remember eating animal crackers form snack at
One day Lori and Jeannette both mixed margarine with sugar and ate it. Lori described it as frosting but Jeannette thought that it didn’t taste like frosting but “was sort of crunchy” and “greasy and left a filmy coat.” But of course because she was hungry, she ate it all anyway. (Walls 68) Whenever the family
Legend of the Monster Cookie My life has always been a monster cookie, a huge mess. During my childhood I always remember my mom making the cookies with oatmeal and peanut butter, sometimes even M&M’s. When I think about it, it describes the very being of my cultural identity. The peanut butter is like how we always take value in hope. It’s always stuck in our mind.
I remember waking up that morning, feeling paralyzed, as well as a rush of emotions. Feeling uneasy but ambitious, demoralized but delighted, timid but fearless; it was the day. Not just any day but the most anticipated day for all the second graders: Bake Sale day. As I was told by my teacher, Ms. Ash, this Bake Sale was at the utmost importance, because it would be funding our field trip later that year. I had always been a soft- spoken individual so the thought of talking to another individual; nevertheless, trying to sell an item to another individual on whether our cookies were better than the third graders was daunting and the burden of the field trip only added to the pressure.