The Story: Continued from my last post
I saw him the next day. I was on campus (shamefully walking around hoping I’d run into his pretty eyes) and I spotted him across the square. It looked like he graciously excused himself from his company and started in my direction. I just stood there making him walk the whole way. I figured I’d done enough the night before, it was his turn to take the reins.
I got a taste of my own medicine, because he didn’t say anything, he just pulled me in and kissed me back. I think I remember hearing some hoots and hollers from students passing by but I didn’t care who was watching. For that moment, he was mine.
I’m totally kidding, none of that happened.
After I drove away the night before he didn’t text or call me. He wrote a snarky comment on my facebook wall a few days after but that was it. I saw him a week later and he sat next to me in our meeting just like he always does and acted like nothing had ever happened.
Boys these days. [end-story]
Chocolate Pudding Mix Frosting
- 1 small pkg. chocolate instant pudding 3.4 oz. box
- 2 C. heavy whipping cream cold
1. Using a Kitchen Aid mixer with the whisk attachment (or any whisking contraption) pour pudding mix and heavy whipping cream into the bowl and whisk for 2-3 minutes or until stiff.
3. Place in refrigerator to chill if you won't be using for a few hours or just keep on the counter top.
-refrigerating will cause the frosting to get extra thick, so if you plan on piping the frosting out, your hand will get a work out.
-you can do this with ANY instant pudding mix, just replace the milk called for on the box with heavy whipping cream and whip!
-you will become obsessed with this incredibly easy and delicious topping 🙂
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