If you're new, well, you are in for a treat! Fly On The Wall post is just that, what you would see or hear if you were a fly on the wall in my home or following me around. Oh boy!! This can be scary -haha.
How about a quick lunch idea first? While we were moving, I didn't want to eat out, too expensive, plus we had food to use up. Non-perishable was easy to pack and move but in order to use the perishable I had to use up some of the non-perishables.
Here is a quick lunch idea I did:
1 can chicken
1 can red beans (rinsed and drained)
1/2 cup frozen corn
3 sweet salad peppers, diced (red, orange and yellow)
1/2 red onion diced
1 TBSP taco seasoning (recipe here)
1/2 cup tomato sauce (recipe here) or use a small can
Combine all ingredients, mix well and heat through. Wrap in a flour tortilla with shredded cheese and serve. You can also roll, place in a casserole dish, cover in sauce and cheese, bake and enjoy!
Welcome to a Fly on the Wall group post. Today 15 bloggers are inviting you to catch a glimpse of what you’d see if you were a fly on the wall in our homes. Come on in and buzz around my house.
I like sharing with all of you my little grand daughter and our funny conversations, those of you who are faithful in stopping by each month, you know her as Miss Sassy Pants. What has she said now?
We are sitting around the table just talking and J comes in, pops up on the bench and looks at me.
J:" whatcha doing?"
Me: because it's a holiday and we're visiting, talking and relaxing
Later she comes up, pops up on the bench and says : you still laxing?
Me: yes are you
J: No I is busy and off she runs
J runs into the room and out, into the room and out, third time, "HEY I lub you"
Me: I love you too
J: runs back in "whut you said?"
Me: I laugh, I said I love you.
J: oh and she's out again
My Aunt Linda ask J if she is ready to eat. J; YES I ready.
Aunt L: good, have some turkey
J: I don't like turkey, I want chicken
My mom turns around and hands her a piece of turkey and says "here it's chicken"
J: eats it and looks at Aunt Linda "mmm good chicken"
Aunt Linda says "it's turkey not chicken"
J: spits it out, yuck I don't like turdy!
My oldest son deep fried a turkey and we had a traditional roasted one as well.
My cousin Tina and I are sitting at the table talking and J walks in as we are talking about our granddaddy. He passed away 21 years ago and we still miss him.
She says "my gan daddy in heaben" (referring to my dad who passed in June)
Yes he is.
J: he was sick
J: okay that's all (and runs out)
sigh...we all sit there teary eyed
J: (comes back in) you okay
J: okay, hugs me and runs out
left, my husband . Right, standing, my oldest son. FUNNY you can see my Aunt Linda, mom and myself in the mirror!
Have you seen these or tried them? My dh loved them, me? YUCK
Now that we have relocated and live in the "Deep South" Georgia, you'll be reading stories about "Little Man" my husbands cousins son. He is the sweetest baby, good natured and a total crack up!
He is 1 year old and has started jibber jabbering like crazy. His LaLa (grandma) was trying to get him to say hot dog one night.
LaLa: B say hot dog
LaLa: hot dog
B: ha (his word for hot)
LaLa: no say hot
LaLa: now say dog
B: bow wow
ROTFL too cute! If we ask him today to say "hot dog" he goes bow wow!
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