Friday, December 23, 2011

Christmas and The Hobbit Trailer!!!

Kneading thick, sweet bread dough, pulling just a small bit off to taste.  Rolling the dough out, pushing it down, pulling it and stretching it till it stays in place.  It is now a large spread out square of dough.  Spreading soft butter all over it with a metal spoon, then sprinkling cinnamon, brown sugar, and raisins over that, and then rolling the square over itself into a scroll made of dough.  Taking brown thread beneath the 'scroll' one inch, then taking both ends in both hands.  Then putting each end of thread in the opposite hand, a circle of thread is made around the scroll.  Pulling gently till thread is taut.  Now there is a cinnamon roll just waiting to be baked.  Breathing in the sweet smell of fresh bread and sweet dough, everything finally feels like Christmas.  Especially now that its snowed just a little.  I'm thankful that more is on the way since it didn't even stick to the grass when it did snow.
I'm still here.  I haven't made a post in a while, sorry about that.  If you didn't know yet......
The Hobbit Trailer is here!!!!!  :D
Its making me so excited for the movie!  Now if you want to see the trailer on the big screen, go see the Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn in theaters.  The trailer for the Hobbit is playing at the beginning with the other trailers.  The Adventures of Tintin is about a young reporter and his dog named Snowy, living in Europe.  They go on a splendid adventure around the world to find the Secret of a ship called the Unicorn.  Its a lot like Indiana Jones and its a Steven Spielburg film.  Peter Jackson had something to do with the movie too but I forgot what.  Steven Spielburg was copying from Tintin when making the Indiana Jones movies, but he didn't even know he was doing it!  The movie is a motion capture film, between animation and real action.  MC is what I'll call it for short, since they don't have a short name for it yet...  just maybe it'll get around.  Still writing in my books a little, although I don't think I'll be able to finish the first draft by Christmas as I thought I would.  Anyway, God bless you! 
Merry Christmas! :)  

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