What would you do in order to turn your mood upside down? I was so grumpy last night, because it turned out that nobody else was home, which meant that I was home alone. What made me even more mad was that my sisters and brother didn’t tell me about their plans. I know it looks like nothing, but I felt like being left alone… (I’m such a sensitive person, aww)
Instead of wasting time and doing nothing, I decided to make mille crêpes. I wanted to make them earlier this month already, but better late than never, right? I went to the supermarket and bought some ingredients. Making mille crêpes is kind of easy and hard at the same time, but I really enjoyed it. After a while, I forgot about being alone at home because I was so busy dealing with all the ingredients. In about 45 minutes or so, my mille crêpe was ready to serve. I was so happy and proud of myself! Everything seemed OK until I took my first bite… when I realized that I put salt instead of sugar in the recipe! DANG! You can imagine how it tasted, not edible at all. But by making those mille crêpes, I could forget about the world for a little while and even their saltiness made me laugh all night. Yes, stuff like this makes me happy. Just remember: there’s a good side to everything.
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