But it’s pretty much all over the place.
I made this for dinner tonight, after finding the recipe on Pinterest a few days ago. I love trying out new dinner ideas and am always looking for something simple that my husband will like too. When I saw this one, I thought it might be right up his alley.
And I was right. I served him first, and by the time I got to the table with my plate, he was already chowing down. I could tell he liked it, and asked him if he thought it was good. He told me it was, then added, “and it looks like it’s already been chewed.”
Ok. What the what?
When I started laughing, he looked at me like I had two heads. And it was at this point that I knew he wasn’t trying to be funny. After dinner, I realized what he meant to say was that it was EASY to chew. He like how it tasted, but he especially liked that the items in it were in tiny proportions. Little pieces of chopped bacon, little pieces of chicken, broccoli, etc. I don’t think I’m ever going to forget that he told me it looked like it was already chewed. But this is definitely a meal I’m making again.
B A C O N
I just finished this book and thought it was excellent.
I can’t get enough hummingbirds.
I love trying to capture them with my camera and it’s probably the number one thing I enjoy doing: bird photography. It floats my boat.
My new summertime scent. I’ve been wearing it every day for the past couple of months.
And it makes me feel mahvelous, dahling.
Firefly sweet tea flavored vodka and Simply Limeade on ice.
This is an absolutely delicious summertime cocktail. I discovered it by accident last weekend when I went to make an Arnold Palmer using Simply Lemonade and realized I only had the Limeade. So much better with the Limeade!
I can’t believe how comfortable these are. I have two pairs, but it’s this one that is the better of the two. I like the give of the stitched cording and the soles are so comfortable.
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So what are you liking lately? Anything new in your life you’d care to share? I’ll see you in the comments, then ~
Enjoy your Friday . . . and thanks for stopping by.