Hello! I’ve been reading A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens and I’ve learned a new, eye-opening fact I would like share with you today. Or not, it depends if you want to continue reading and listen. First off, … Continue reading
So I’m still reading A Tale of Two Cities and the issue concerning the availability of bread for peasants is mentioned multiple times. Bread was an important part of the peasants’ diet, however it became very scarce and expensive for … Continue reading
“From that time, in all weathers, she waited there two hours… When it was not too wet or inclement for her child to be with her, they went together; at other times she was alone; but she never missed a single day.” Continue reading
Have you ever wondered how a ball of dough placed in a tray turns into a delicious, round cookie? Or, why exactly you use baking soda, eggs, and butter in your batter? Well, now you will find the answers that you’ve been waiting for.
Hello! Today I’m talking about an interesting subject, as two things are compared you’d never think in a million years to put together: Chanel and Mcdonalds. Yes, that’s right. I chose this because I was inspired by Charles Dickens’ genius … Continue reading