Monday, August 30, 2010

Happy Frappy

Oh summer. Why do you have to go?  I am determined to hold on to you as long as I can. Usually I get at least kind of excited for the fall, just for the change. This year however, not so! Summer just seemed so short. So I made a couple of lists to help myself feel better.

Things I will miss about summer:
- being warm
- being tan
- Lake Powell
- boating
- hiking
- the sun coming up at like 6am and setting at like 10pm
- fro yo
- swimming
- having the top off of the jeep
- running outside without having to wear a million layers of clothes
- wearing sandals
- leaving my swimsuit on all day
- warm nights
- long boarding
- biking
- burning my feet when i run outside to get the mail barefoot
- being barefoot

Things I will be excited about for fall:
- pretty leaves
- crisp autumn air
- dressing up for halloween
- foozball
- getting ready for Christmas
- finishing my last class of my undergrad! (a lot of people go to school for 7 years. Yeah. They're called doctors)
- Thanksgiving break
- hay rides
- haunted houses

I think I just made myself more depressed.
Maybe in January I'll be here instead:
Yes. That made me feel better.
I can have a good attitude about fall now.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Thursday, August 5, 2010


I am like the worst cook ever. Not really that I am the worst... i just hate cooking. Unless me and Danny do it together and then it can be fun. But most of the time it is just like a chore and i wish we could just eat cafe rio every night.

That being said, I would like to take this time to introduce to you my very own creation that I made last night which was mega tasty. It was used from a bunch of ingredients we just had around the house.

2 scoops of Ricotta Cheese
2-3 oz Feta Cheese
2-3 oz Mozzarella Cheese
3-4 diced mushrooms
1/2 diced tomato
1/4 diced onion
S & P & Garlic Powder to taste
1/4 ish C of Milk
1 big table spoon sour cream

4 Chicken Breasts

1. Saute the mushrooms, onions, and tomato
2. Add milk, sourcream, cheeses
3. Add garlic powder, S & P

Pour the mix into a baking dish (i used an 8x8)
Place 4 chicken breasts on top
Cover the chicken breasts with pesto (i used prego's sun dried tomato kind but im sure anything will do)
Cover with foil
Bake for 20-30 minutes
Sprinkle with Mozzarella cheese and enjoyyyy.

Danny ate his with noodles. I had mine plain. Both were grand.