I’ve heard it described numerous ways.
When it comes to clowns, I know that I am not the only one who shivers with a bit of anxiety. Even as a little girl their painted faces scared me and the manic laughs haunted my dreams. Even though the comedy version wasn't for me, I found things like Stephen King's It and Attack of the Killer Clowns from Space seemed to fit their persona a bit more to my liking. No matter the scary movie, I always came back to It. I fell in love with horror at a young age, but what I never expected was for the history of clowns to be covered in real blood.
The oceans make up so much of our planet that we now know more about the surface of the moon than we do about what lies beneath. Be it fake sightings or real sightings, with the way video editing works, it's amazing how we can even decipher our reality with the never-ending technological advancements. While many of these monsters may just be nightmare fuel to encourage children to behave, some of them are backed by eye-witness accounts, and maybe even a bit of little faith. As somewhat fascinated, but also terrified, of what lies in wait at the bottom of the ocean, I know there are somethings that are better left unseen.
When you wake up on the morning of a Holiday, you typically think about whether or not you're ready for said holiday. However, the one thing it would be bad to remember is what you're going to eat for breakfast. If you have a long day ahead of you, the smart thing would be to make an overnight casserole, or even let something sit in the Crock Pot all night. This spur of the moment recipe comes from me forgetting all about the breakfast I wanted to make. Those same holidays tend to leave you with a lot of leftovers as well. I've seen a lot of ways to get rid of your leftover Christmas ham. That meat piles up every year and sometimes it just gets to be too much, especially when someone decides they suddenly want to be a vegetarian, the day of Christmas. Not only do we see this on Christmas, but on Thanksgiving and even Easter. Holiday meats seem to always be in an over abundance once the actual holiday is over.
Maybe you’ve seen it on the baking aisle, or remember it from your grandma’s basement, but for me it was a new ingredient I had never even heard of.