I mixed some flour，bakin soda，salt and spices in another bowl-it was lots of fun！
Next Grandma mixed together some molasses and water.Then，little by little，she added this and the flour to the buttery mix.
When it got really stretchy，Grandma made it into a ball and put it in the fridge. She said that would make it less sticky.
After an hour，she took it out again. She sprinkled flour all over the table and put the fat ball of dough on top.
We got a rolling pin and we rolled and rolled. The fat ball of dough got flatter and flatter，thinner and thinner，andwider and wider.
My geandma is great！Then I got my cookie cutter and cut lots of little circles out of the dough.
Next I made two little men and Grandma made a little woman. Then we made three dogs and a cow！
We put on some raisins for the eyes，and chtteries for the mouths.
Then Grandma put them in the oven.”Don\'t touch the oven，”she said，”it\'s hot！”
They had turned into cookies！
You should let them cool down but I snraked one while they were still warm.
It was yummy and crispy and a little bit crumbly！
I love my grandma. She\'s great！