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Peppis for Poppis November 30, 2008

Posted by millivanilli in Christmas, Love.
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Friday night, it was “Christmas workshop” at Elise’s. We were just a few girls, but it was so much fun. We all have such big personalities, that we fill the whole room! Kidding. But I wasn’t bored a single moment. The girls are so nice and fun to be with, and I’m really happy we did this, because we all got to know each other a bit better :)

But anyway, the hole deal about a Christmas Workshop (is that’s even a word), is to make some Christmas cards and small gifts, but we also decided to make porridge and ginger snaps (?), or peppermen directly translated. That’s the Peppis in “Peppis for Poppis”. The Poppis is us. Because we think we’re so popular.

But it ended up with not so much card-making, but more baking. We made SO much. So it took forever to get it done. But it was fun. (Did you notice my double rime? making-baking, done-fun? :D)

Don’t feel like writing so much right now (sorry), but I still thought I should do it now, so this didn’t got out there too late (I actually wrote this on Saturday, but the pictures wouldn’t add, so I didn’t publish it ‘fore now). So I’m wrapping it up now by saying it was fun, nice, cool, and more positive words. Goodbye and goodnight. (Pictures below)

It takes a lot of milk to make a lot of porridge!

It takes a lot of milk to make a lot of porridge!

Good ginger snaps

Good ginger snaps

BURNED ginger snaps

BURNED ginger snaps

THE POPPIS <3

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