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A Recipe for Gratitude  
     
A Recipe for Gratitude
By Aja King

Gratitude: five cups of 'thank-you' and one-half cup of 'you're welcome.'
 
 

"When I was living in Shanghai, China, my teacher asked my class to make potions and write each potion as if it was a recipe. I made a potion for being mad. When I got home after school I shared my recipe with my Mom. Mom and I had the idea of making more recipes for happy feelings. Here are some of the recipes I made. I hope they make you feel great."
(Aja King)


Ingredients
5 cups of thank-yous
One-half cup of you’re welcome

Instructions
1. Grate the thank-yous into a big bowl
2. Mash the you’re welcome into the same big bowl
3. Stir all ingredients well
4. Pour into an oven pan
5. Bake in the oven to 150 degrees for 10 minutes
6. Let it cool for 5 minutes
7. Cut it, eat it, share it all around


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