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the pursuit of metappiness: blondies, german, and the olympic park
Contrary to what you may have thought reading the title, I won't mention any blonde german people at the Olympic Park! None the less, it'll be a fun, tasty post about how some of us lived the first Olympic week, Adam's peanut butter and white chocolate blondies (!) following our display of _sysadmin love_, and an entry straight to our cake whitelist: German Chocolate Cake :)
According to him, he missed not having to wait fifteen minutes every time he wanted a cup of tea and eating a larger variety of food other than cheese and calorie-rich options. No surprise that I first saw him with a pint mug of tea in hand!
two wins in three weeks means o l i m p r e s s i v e
Unfortunately for Keeley, he had Olympic appointments so he missed out on our Foodie Friday to recover from his caving-food-depriving.
After impressing us during his first week at the office, Oli impressed again with his Leaf work and instead of chinese... He went italian on us! Everyone knows... we don't mind pizza, and Princi has been a good choice for us so far!
it's cake. it's chocolate. it's german chocolate cake. it's love at first bite!
We are always investigating the best cakes around and how thrilled we all are when we hit the jackpot :D This week we could even say it was _double jackpot_ because the fact that the meeting was cancelled right at last minute meant we had more cake for ourselves!
adam's peanut butter and white chocolate blondies
The guys from Bea's are not the only bakers we like. Adam has long won our hearts (and stomachs!) with his baking, and when we included a baking suggesting in the box we gave him full of surpriseshe decided tu surprise us back and bring us Peanut Butter and White Chocolate Blondies.
One of the best treats I've had. Honestly!
metabroadcats went to the olympics
Both Tom and I went to spend a day at the Olympics and we have to say: we walked MILES. It's only fair to mention as well, that we were happy by the end of the day and that the feeling once you're there can't compare to anything else, even by living in the city that's hosting the event. It's just not the same, but totally worth the number of hours standing, walking and waiting :)
See it through our eyes:
Who says an Organisational Psychologist can't code? Okay, so I can't actually code, (fine!) but it's only good when one develops his/her skills at something, right?
With that in mind I started code academy! Of course, such a big thing needs a whole post about the experience, so I'll go back to that in a few days :)