I still have not posted my high school tag, or pictures of our new home.
I could start by giving off a list of excuses, but browsing my past posts, I have already listed a bunch of excuses.
So my fellow readers, there is only one thing to say:
"I am a slacker."
My high school tag is ready to go, all I need to do is add pictures.
I have been hesitating with the home tour because I want everything to be "perfect" and so I have a few decorating projects that were supposed to get done this past weekend,
but did not.
and at night when I should be sleeping, my head is filled with stress
because of my broken blog promises.
My blog is something that I should enjoy, not something to add to my stress list that usually appears at night.
So dear friends, those two specific posts will be posted soon, and I am going to work harder at jumping back on the blog wagon.
I have been enjoying lately.
The pictures that I am posting do not do the dishes justice, but I wanted to provide visual aide.
This is known at our house as "Yummy Corn Salsa"
It is very delicious, and fairly easy to make just requires a bit of chopping.
It is sweet with a little kick, Adam and I can eat this bowl relatively quickly
(kind of gross I know),
but it is pretty healthy so does not cause much damage!
The recipe is pretty broad with measurements, so that you can add as much or as little as you want.
1 Can of Corn Drained
1 Can of of Drained Garbanzo Beans
2-3 Chopped Tomatoes
Bunch of Cilantro
Bunch of Green Onions (4-5)
Orange and Yellow Pepper (I use one of each)
1 Envelope Good Seasons Italian Salad Dressing
Chop all the ingredients in a bowl, add the dressing and the juice of the lime and
This is my other favorite side dish or snack, it is a very simple salad,
but tastes delicious.
I just use some :
Chopped Red Onion
(If I am feeling really adventurous, I candy the almond slices)
Then I use this Poppy Seed Dressing:
I have yet to find a good homemade Poppy Seed Dressing, and this one is delicious, so it will work!