While spontaneous moments are sometimes fun and exciting, I’m not one who embraces impromptu activities with arms wide open. In fact, I sometimes feel lost and aimless in unplanned moments. Or worse, when plans are disrupted.
But I’ve come to realise that it’s also moments like these which inspire creativity and encourage one to try out something new. Maybe because spontaneity carries with it, a certain sense of impulsivity and carelessness. You usually won’t think too much in moments of spontaneity.
Last Sunday, we had a whole series of activities line up but both of us woke up feeling unwell so all the plans got thrown off the track.
Came back from the clinic and had the urge to bake so that the Sunday could be a little more fulfilling.
So I turned to one of the quick-bake recipes which I’ve been wanting to try – Eric Lanlard’s Peanut Butter Blondies
And it was perfect for an impromptu bake because the ingredients were really simple and even more so, the baking process. And it smells so fantastic fresh out of the oven! What’s more, I got to share them with the lovely peeps at the office on Monday 🙂
“Spontaneity is a meticulously prepared art.” – Oscar Wilde