Liebster Award

My name is Emma. I love to write, draw, paint, do crafts, and cook. I use to create beautifully delicious cakes and make lip smacking candy. I had a confection business years ago. The passion I’m working on now is writing. I have a writers group to help propel writers forward into their writing purpose.

11 questions I MUST answer: 

1. What is your favourite movie?–An Affair To Remember

2. Who was your 1st love?- My Mother

3. If you could go back to when  you were 10 years old, would you change anything?–Ask for piano lessons

4. What part in what film would you love to play or be?–Singer in a Jazz Club

5. If you could be any 1 person for a day, who would it be?–The best person I can be is me.

6. What food do you like best? Rib Eye Steak, baked sweet potato, roasted Brussel sprouts.

7. What is your favourite number? No favorite number

8. Your favourite music CD? Any Anita Baker’s CD’s 

9. What car do you drive? If you don’t what would you like to drive? Would like to drive a ’57 Chevy Belair

10? Do you have a PC/Laptop or Phone for your internet use? All of the above

11. How many pairs of shoes do you own? Too many to count

To my nominees, please answer the same questions above.

The rules

Once you’ve been nominated, you have to post 11 things about yourself, answer 11 questions from the person who nominated you and pass it on. Choose 11 people to award and create 11 questions for them.












Congratulations. This nomination is in no way an obligation to accept. Just know that you are appreciated.

Written by Emma Moore at Life’s Little Surprises

Can I Get A Real Omelet

What am I going to have for breakfast? I’ll have an omelet. An omelet? The only way I can make an omelet is a scrambled egg omelet-yes it looks like scrambled eggs.

I decided to try to make a folded over omelet looking omelet. As I cooked the beef breakfast sausage, onion, mushrooms and spinach in a non-stick skillet I contemplated the success of this endeavor. I spread the filling evenly in the skillet and poured the eggs over it with great care. The final step was spreading the grated cheese.

I mimicked what I’ve seen done time and again in restaurants and on TV but was afraid to try until now. Carefully moving the cooked egg aside while tilting the pan to cook the remaining egg was a little scary but I got it right.

An experienced cook would flip the omelet in the air to the opposite side but I’m not there yet. I used two spatulas that worked out well. I’m glad it didn’t break apart. The non-stick skillet made each step easy. I successfully slid the omelet onto a plate and it was a beautiful sight to behold. It tasted as good as it looked.

Why do I entertain that little voice whispering in my ear? I don’t know but I’m glad I decided to move forward with making the omelet.

It’s exciting to conquer a fear I’ve had for years. I’m looking forward to my next conquest.

What are you gearing up to conquer in your life?