Dag 17 : dagen zonder vlees : wentelteefjes als ontbijt


In de klas : met de kinderen wentelteefjes gemaakt. Makkelijk en iedereen lust het.

Deze keer niet met brood, maar met beschuiten. Een eitje en wat melk mengen, je beschuitje er langs beide zijden eens doorheen halen. (Niet weken !) En bakken in een koekenpan.  Klaar !

Avondmaal was niet erg fotogeniek : een vegetarische burger met tomaatjes en komkommer en gebakken aardappeltjes. Ik vergat de foto te nemen ook...

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Yoors Music Challenge - Dreaming My Dreams
#yoorsmusicchallenge #yoorsmusic #cover #thecranberries #pianomuziek #solopiano #zang #yoorsoriginalvideo  Hello all! Last night I was chilling and listening to some music. I came across the song Dreaming My Dreams by The Cranberries and I hadn't heard or listened to it in a while. So I played it. Then I got behind the piano and started practising the song. Then I went to see if I could do something creative with it for the Yoors Music Challenge. Yesterday a Yoors member asked me if I was going to sing when she saw one of my music videos that I had submitted, because that nice microphone was ready for use, so to speak. I had never sung and played at the same time. I tried once, but never succeeded until today. This morning I thought: what if I just take the plunge? Whether it sounds is of course the question, because I am not a singer, I did sing in a gospel choir once, but I haven't sung in years. Yes in the shower and sometimes for fun when I hear music, but never in real life and never singing alone and certainly not when I play. I've thrown all the bears on the road aside and you can watch and listen to the result in the video below. A cover played and sung by me of The Cranberries. The song Dreaming my Dreams in a different guise. Just a small note. I'm in development and the video doesn't quite match the vocals, but I've done my very best for the first time and without any technical background, but I hope you can see and listen through it. I am an amateur and hope to learn a lot. Kind regards, Madeleine