Kitchenware - 2017
Rebecca Brand shows how to make Corn Dogs in a Cake Pop recipe. Easy quick recipe that turns out fabulous every.
Synopsis: “Some days you appreciate the dead. others, you don’t dare think about them. When Mona Lisa LaPierre, aka “the girl who never smiles,” is sent to stay with Grumps, her reclusive grandfather, she is not exactly thrilled. Still, she slings her beloved guitar, Rosalita, over her shoulder and sets out to meet her destiny—which pops up, variously, as a blonde bear named Marilynn, a fellow musician named Del, and a green-flamed motorcycle that was last seen racing away... Mona’s search for Mia’s murderer becomes a quest for identity, love and meaning, and she is guided along the way by Grumps and her dead grandmother, Bilki, whose spirit speaks to her in moments of need. Mia Delaney Day. Some days you appreciate the dead. others, you don't dare think about them. Today's a bit of both. I push through the fist-dented double doors of Colt High, my guitar, Rosalita, bouncing against my back. The front hallway is a worn-out chessboard of cracked and broken floor tiles, set with students as game pieces. Diffuse light through the unwashed windows casts a sepia tone over their slack, wary faces, making them resemble old photographs. Most days, this is where you find them jockeying for position as kings, queens, and pawns. But today is the last day of school, the day we remember Mia Delaney, the senior who never made it out of here alive. Cheer Captain Rasima Jones tries to lighten the mood, leading her bumblebee cheer squad in a practice routine at the center of the chessboard. Blond streaks whip through the girls' matching raven manes, inky bras peek out from beneath their lemon chiffon blouses, neon yellow laces stream over their flipping heads like electric snakes. The bumblebees leap, turn, and revolve in unison, all sticking their landings. One breathless bumblebee overhears me and pokes a finger into my cupcake-pink tee shirt. Did they run out of black at the Goodwill. I tap my earbuds, pretending not to hear her insult. I'm not about to tell her that it was my grandmother who suggested I wear this shirt, or worse, that she's been dead for three years. Her foot slips on a broken floor tile, sending her crashing onto another square that is already occupied by Rasima's foot. I hustle away to homeroom, doubting my grandmother's tee shirt selection. She suggested I wear it because she knows I want Beetle to notice me today. Beetle is short for Barrington Dill, or B. Dill. He has butterscotch bangs, licorice eyes, a switchblade smirk, and he wears pastel polos that seem to make him glow. I have mudwood eyes, tree bark hair, and I usually wear black band tee shirts that turn me into my own shadow. I zip around the corner that contains Colt High's sports trophy case and accidentally crash into a towering circle of basketball jocks. The circle parts to reveal Principal Millicent Dibble, holding up a third-place trophy. Her yellowed white suit matches her yellowed white hair. She hands the trophy to the team's lofty center then points at my tee shirt. Her words rasp, like she once swallowed a cigarette that permanently lodged in her throat. "I see that your tasteless behavior is reflected in your tasteless attire. My shirt is fine. It's a tee shirt for The Dead Kittens band. The cupcake-pink front features a black line drawing of three dead cartoon kittens, lying on their backs, paws sticking straight up in the air, tongues flopping out of the sides of their mouths, and x's where their eyes should be. For years, I've... Dibble never said a thing. Now, on my final day of school forever, this woman reprimands me for wearing a pink cartoon kitten tee shirt, picked out by my grandmother. I tap my earbuds again, and exit speedily. Everybody is edgy and unpredictable today. A student whispers "uh oh," and I glance over my shoulder. Principal Millicent Dibble is chasing me and rapidly closing in. I pick up the pace. My guitar, Rosalita, bounces hard against my back. I think of her as my good luck charm because she was a gift from my grandfather, Grumps, and grandmother, Bilki, when I turned ten. A finger hooks the collar of my tee.Source: Partners In Crime Tours
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Children's Gift Bundle - Ages 6-12 [5 Piece] - Scene it? Movie Edition DVD Game - Wilton Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Cupcake Stand Kit - BoxCar Willie Country Music Character Doll 16 - Disney's Aladdin (Disney Classic Series) Hardcover Book - Introduction to Asia Paperback Book - Gift Bundle Includes The Following: - Scene it? Movie Edition DVD Game - Pop the game disc into your DVD player and let the movie magic begin. Timeless stars. Unforgettable moments. Classic lines and laughs. Enjoy them all in real movie clips from your favorite films as you answer trivia questions and race around the game board. - UPC: 027084086577 - Wilton Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Cupcake Stand Kit - A party is always in the making when you have the mickey mouse clubhouse cupcake stand kit on hand. In minutes, you can create a bright and colorful 3-tier cupcake stand with your favorite characters and a fun decorative topper. Your cupcakes will look perfect for the party with the coordinating baking cups and fun pix included. Holds up to 24 cupcakes. Simple assembly instructions included. Includes cupcake stand, 11-3/4-inch diameter by 15-inch high, 24 standard size baking cups, 2-inch diameter, and 24 fun pix, 3-inch high. - UPC: 070896544414 - BoxCar Willie Country Music Character Doll 16 - BoxCar Willie country music concert tour character doll. BoxCar Willie Branson, MO. - UPC: - Disney's Aladdin (Disney Classic Series) Hardcover Book - All the highlights from Disney's animated film Aladdin are captured in this action-packed book: from the mysterious Cave of Wonders, where an enormous blue genie pops out of a magic lamp, to the starlit city of Agrabah, where Aladdin and Princess Jasmine take a romantic carpet ride over the sultan's palace. Children will delight in finding their favorite characters from the movie, including Alladin's pet monkey, Abu; the villainous Jafar, and his parrot, Iago. Pubished by Penguin Books. 1992 Walt Disney Company. - ISBN: 9780453
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