It’s a great thing that we basically have a 3-4 day weekend every month during the school year. I would absolutely drown in the waves of homework, projects, and papers without them.
Somehow the definition of ‘break’ hasn’t gotten to me yet. My definition of break, “a time where I get to catch up on homework, projects, and papers while feeling stressed about all the stuff I haven’t gotten done yet”
Merriam-Webster’s definition, “to interrupt one’s activity or occupation for a brief period” or, “something that causes a change or interruption”
Hahahahahaa, I laugh at your naiveness dictionary (although considering you’re the one that’s a billion years old, you should be laughing at mine…)
Guess what, I’ve been doing school work since school started and fall break, or whatev you want to call it is not going to stop me! (I think this teenage rebellion thing has really gotten to me…)
My internal system gets totally messed up during these breaks…
11 at night? I really really really x2 million need to finish this bio paper!
12 o clock noon… Um, what in the world did I write in this bio paper? Lunch? Who needs lunch?
scarryyy thing is (scarier than Halloween…) that I’m 14 and only it’s only freshman year… um…
On a less scary mode (I’m preparing for Halloween… :D) I made mochi pancakes! It’s regrettable to say that these aren’t particularly fluffy, but I couldn’t care less! They’re chewy, filling, and unique from the traditionally tender American pancakes! They have character and are delicious in their own right.
Yep, mochi pancakes forevar!
Plus, you don’t have to worry about overmixing because the batter is gluten free!!!
-Glutenous rice flour is a tricky name. Let’s just say, there’s no gluten in it and you can find it at most specialty stores.
-No need to worry about overmixing since the batter and the pancakes are gluten free!
Mix all the ingredients together well.
Spoon about 2 tbsp of batter onto a hot griddle and cook until bubbles come to the surface. Flip, and wait until fully cooked. Repeat with the rest of the batter.
Serve with fresh fruit or powdered sugar.