Tuesday, March 18, 2008

answers

*fluffing shirts-rob is tall. he doesn't like me to dry his shirts cause they shrink in the length and then he gets feisty, so i hang them to dry then i have to fluff them in the dryer to get the wrinkles out. not fun. trust me.

*breakfast pizzas-they are sooo not healthy but they are good. Austin has been running late for school so they are easy to throw in the toaster oven and hand him on the way out the door.

1lb. cooked sausage
2 jars Old English cheese spread (this is a processed cheese that is by the Parmesan cheese at walmart. it comes in small glass jars)
1 stick butter(i usually use half)
12 english muffins.

mix cooled sausage, cheese and butter. Spread on muffins and freeze. When ready to eat, bake at 400* for 8-10 minutes.

See..not healthy but when the cheese melts and it gets a little brown on top...mmm good. You could probably add some things to it to make it healthier like scrambled egg or mushrooms. I have never tried it but it would be good.

*I got my hair cut today. She made it a little darker than I thought it would be but she assured me it would fade. It always does. I also went a little shorter than I meant to but my hair grows fast.













*I tried my first all green St. Patrick's Day dinner and it was a hit. On the menu was chicken fettuccine that was dyed green, green salad, green beans, asparagus, pickles, brownies with green frosting and green tea to drink. Yum.

6 comments:

chris said...

Love your green dinner. Very creative. Oh, the joys of fluffing shirts. I'm right there with ya. Although half the shirts are probably mine. I hate ironing, so if fluffing gets the wrinkles out then that's what I try first. Your hair is adorable. Looks like you got a lot more bangs. I like the color. Can't wait to see it in person.

andrea said...

Look at your creativity! I forgot yesterday was St.P's day, not that I would have done anything different about it though. Not much you can do to make spaghetti green. :0)

LOVE the hair! Looks really cute.

Alisha Beverly said...

I love your green dinner! What a great idea! I bet it was a total hit with the kiddos!

sam said...

Great job on the green dinner! I was lucky to remember to wear something green on St. Patrick's Day! :) Thanks for the answers to the questions. I'm a very curious person! :)

Dionna said...

Your hair looks great!

SPARKY said...

love your hair cut. i like you brunette. and way to go with the green menu. you are soooo martha stewart! i love doing theme/holiday things like that. can't wait till ry old enough to understand so i can start experimenting...