To make an Allison:
Get a big bowl (preferably one handmade) and combine the following ingredients:
-Add 3 parts intelligence and leadership
-2 parts stubbornness
-2 parts love of travel
-4 parts humor and silliness
-3 parts understanding and respect
-add a drop of art for flavor, well, add the whole bottle.
To cook: Boil for 20 minutes, bake for 30, fry until golden brown. Because of the difficult cooking process, she is a rare find, not too many people want to bother with her. But take your time and she’ll come around in the end. When thoroughly cooked, Garnish with paint, film and drawing pencils. Serve on a pottery wheel. Season to taste.
A little bit about your Allison:
Teach and she will learn quickly. She has a natural eye for all things artistic. Loves creating by means of visual arts, and she has a high respect for those who do well with musical instruments because of her previous failed attempts. She is always open-minded and has a hunger for new experiences. She has developed a love of natural Florida and has been working towards preserving it. Some may call her a perfectionist, but in all honesty, she just wants to do things right the first time, it gives her more time to help others finish. People have said that she is too nice at times, but don’t take advantage of that aspect of her personality. Getting her angry only empowers her to seek change, and depending on the situation she can be a little reluctant in forgiving you.
To care for your Allison once cooked:
Take her around the world a few times to keep her perspective fresh (she has a particular fondness for her previously visited Australia and New Zealand-as well as her future visited Africa). She loves hiking (mostly in Florida-otherwise known as mud tromping) and kayaking as well, so take her out and she will show you around the swamps and even identify the trees for you. Make sure she always had some sort of music available for playing. If you leave her alone keep something around to entertain her. You don’t have to do much; she can fend for herself very well. Don’t even bother making meals for her, show her where the ingredients are and she will make them. She likes to cook anyway, and she’ll even save you the leftovers when she’s done. If you want to keep your Allison happy, give her the right encouragement and she will do the rest herself. Other things that you may want to provide would be things to get her hands dirty like an herb and vegetable garden, and some sticks for carving. Archery is one of her newest interests. Keep in a warm climate for freshness.