Any time I ever feel sad, I just go look at that picture. It’s amazing. I don’t even know how someone made that.
I’ve been making them a lot lately. One rutabaga lasts me for at least two meals–which rocks. It’s basically like having eggs and hash browns without all the nastiness.
Here’s the last epic dinner/meal I made with Brad. It has some sort of roasted chicken leg recipe from nom nom paleo, mashed cauliflower, and the delicious spike market kale from well fed. And the gravy is from nom nom paleo. I’d link all of these , but I am certainly way too lazy. We’re making another dinner tonight. Hint: It has to do with short ribs and chai muffins.
Brad and I are like total BFFs. I’m pretty sure we’re dating now. There, now the internet knows. It was probably just a matter of time. How often/long do single people with a billion things in common hang out as “friends” anyways? That whole part of life is so complicated.
I had a little extra time after a 5-mile run yesterday morning, so I tried out Brad’s “sneak-vegetables into your breakfast” recipe.
It was tasty! I just am not sure if I see myself being awake enough to chop up spinach and things very often in the mornings, lol. I’m the laziest breakfast-eater EVER. Period.
Courtesy of Jason’s Deli. That’s a fat girl salad for sure. I need to keep avoiding dairy.
My skin is making my well aware that the whole30 has ended. Oops.
PaleOMG blueberry sausage stuffed sweet potatoes with a side of eggs and the pesto is a recipe from Well Fed.
OH! Wanda came over again. She slept in my bed for about 3 hours while I cooked dinner and got ready for bed.At first I felt sad that she had to leave since she seems to be homeless. But then when I went to pet her, she grabbed my arm and bit me. Jerk. It was a lot easier to kick her out after all that.
I just want this on here so I can pin it on pinterest:
That whole outfit is ridiculously cute though! Don’t pretend it isnt.