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Alright so yesterday was Shrove Tuesday (the day before Lent begins for us Catholics) and our church holds an annual pancake evening, where all the pancakes are provided and all we had to do was take our fillers and drinks.

A lovely evening all in all min spite of it's crazy beginning, with the massive thunderstorm on the way to the church which in the end made it an even more spiritual thing for us as we spent the whole journey praying,anyway Candice, Ryan and Kyla-Lee joined us(they came a little later so they would miss the big storm) as did the rest of the Hunt/ Fernandez clans... This was to be a special night, not only was it marking the beginning of Lent but it was also my first experience with these strange flat things that they call pancakes.

THEY WERE DELICIOUS!!! Mommy put just the tiniest sprinkle of cinnamon sugar on for me, and that was the end of that, it was finished quicker than you could say YUM!
i just couldn't get enough of the wonderful flat meal (which is meant to be rolled, but i got so excited that i unraveled it) Man oh man why have you kept this from me for so long?

(Please excuse the quality of the pic as it was taken with mommy's phone)
My first tastes of pancake and Kyla just chilling:

Yum pancakes



Hmm pancakes



Hmm pancakes


Kyla-Lee Chilling



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