When you are not single, life can be tough.
You have to think about everything, hopefully you won’t say or do something wrong. There is no book that teaches you what to do… you learn in the way, from your own mistakes, the hard way, the only way…
You never stop learning the DO’s about relationships… Everytime that a couple fights and they don’t see an end, stay calm, everything happens for a reason, call it destiny or however you desire. But you don´t have to worry, the right person is going to show up when you have made enough mistakes to know exactly what NOT to do…
But always keep in mind that you make your own path, it is on you to make the right choices, and if you screwed up, everything can be solved.
And always remember that there is no such a manual for love, you learn from yourself in the way, that is what makes it so magical and unique… it’s made by you 🙂
I first saw this recipe on Youtube: CookWithAussie channel. Since then I’ve been doing this recipe multiple times, It is super moist and nothing like a cake. Everybody loves it, specially my boyfriend 🙂
So I’m inviting you to try it, i promise you you won’t regret it 😉
– 200g dark cooking chocolate
– 180g butter
– 1 cup brown sugar
– 3 eggs
– 3/4 cup plain flour
– 1 tsp vanilla extract
3/4 cup chopped walnuts (you can add them if you like)
First put a bowl over a pot with hot water (bain-marie), then chop the chocolate and put it in the bowl with the softened butter and the sugar. Stir it continuously (so it won’t get burned) until it’s melted (it should look smooth).
In a separate bowl beat the eggs with the vanilla. Slowly beat in the chocolate mixture (at low speed). Sift the flour in and mix. Then, if you want, you can add chopped walnuts or almonds.
Tranfer the mixture to an oven dish with parchment paper.
Bake it in the oven at 190° Celsius, for approximately 15 minutes.
Let it cool for a while, and then remove it from the oven dish using the parchment paper to pull it out. Slice it, serve it warm and Enjoy It 🙂
Wow, I haven’t write since a long time… Damn university!! You take all my free time…
Today in Literature we had a guest, the poet Lucas Costa came to talk about his book, “Encomienda”
The book is about what he and his father did experienced when his father was in jail…
He is a super weird, but wise man… With an obsession for birds… Talks about very existential themes, freedom, reality, captivity, death, iron bars, cement, birds… How the publication of the poems, that are based on real-personal facts, can be liberating… That the variety of opinions can make you think ot of your comfort zone, and give you a whole new perspective… That sometimes birds can symbolize the waiting for a important moment… That putting your thoughts in words you are restricted, and letting people read it set you free… The liberation of the mind…
PD: “There is no dumb questions, just dumb answers”… Lucas Costa