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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Run Ragged

I hate when my blog gets neglected.
Lets admit it, that's most of the time.

Between school, my kids, babysitting my neighbor's rambunctious 3 year old, and Vault Denim...
I'm exhausted.

I usually don't get my homework done until after my kids are in bed.
I usually don't finish until at LEAST midnight.
My house is a disaster zone.

Gabe has started waking up around 3am every. single. night.
Then he wakes up for the day around 7 or 7:30am.
I am not one of those people that functions well on little sleep.
Nope, no can do.

Maybe I just need some better time management skills.
Feel free to leave me a comment with any tips you may have.
Today, I have 40 flash cards to make.
Jazz musicians.
And then study them.
That's what I need to know for my first test next Thursday.
I also have to do 3 or 4 physics labs before Friday.
Those are the big two.

I definitely need some Super-Mom powers!

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Simply Delicious

There's something you should know about me.
I am unbelievably stubborn.
My way is always the right way.
(actually, I will sometimes admit when I'm wrong... but only if I'm actually wrong.
Which is rare.)

One thing I look forward to every fall is a local town festival that we have in a neighboring city.
I only look forward to it for one real reason.
Specifically, Walking Tacos.
Made by Boy Scouts. 

I bring this up, because it always happens that I will go somewhere new and they will advertise "Walking Tacos."
Then I get really excited,
but I am always disappointed.
In these last few summer months,
I've seen a number of blog posts about Walking Tacos.
I'm disappointed in those too.

Frankly, y'all are WRONG.
Let me inform you of the right way to make a Walking Taco.
Because it's delicious.

I'm not going to post a recipe.
Frankly because it's so easy to do the right way

and recipe isn't necessary.
I promise.

Prep all your preferred taco ingredients.
Cut open the side of a bag of FRITOS.
Add taco incredients.
Eat. Or in my case, devour!

See? Easy.
Ignore all other "recipes" that tell you to use:

Tortilla chips.
A bowl.

I only took the one picture - sorry! 
I was too busy enjoying the party in my mouth.