Most days I still feel like that girl with her whole life in front of her, no idea when she’s going to tell her parents about her boyfriend, eating ramen and hoping her career will be worth the excessive amount of work she’s doing now. Never knowing the future, but hoping, and trying to be practical.
I looked at my facebook profile today and felt this surreal sense of ageing.
There it is.
My life in a nutshell.
I’m finally public about my relationship. I’m finally an established software engineer, after paying my dues at GT.
Yet so very real.
Between my life, my career move, ,my business, Jeremy’s new job, combining homes, getting married, I’ve found I’m someplace pretty magical.
I gripe sometimes but it’s very much like griping about getting magic faerie dust in your eyes when you’re missing the point that holy crap faeries are real!
I could probably die now & it be just fine.
This is about all the warning I get before I’m pounced on 20 seconds before my real alarm has a chance to wake me up. Too bad my eyes are closed 99% of the time.
When I am on a diet sometimes I like to get creative to satisfy my taste buds while helping me stick to said diet. Here’s a recipe for a simple, easy meal that’s pretty much guilt free. I made it up. It was tasty.
This is really easy. My mother tells me I don’t cook, I assemble. She’s right mostly. I’m not a big fan of slaving over a stove. This recipe is delicious and required only my george foreman grill.
Rub the chicken thigh with all the spices combined. Toss that sucker on to the Foreman and let it grill up. In the meantime, wash your pea shoots, and cut up your red peppers. Put them in a bowl together.
Rip off two to four leaves from your Napa cabbage & wash them. Your chicken should be pretty much done almost. Mine took like 6 minutes. Cut or dice the chicken into small pieces. Throw it together with the pea shoot mix. Now put a sizeable amount of that mix onto each cabbage leaf and then spray like cray with the rooster sauce.
Oh my god it is delicious. The pea sprouts lend this surprisingly good slightly nutty taste to the whole thing.
And healthy. :)
I’m going to go eat the rest of it now. :)