THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR BILLY’S BDAY WISHES….you made his day!! We read them together and could not stop smiling and laughing…….especially when Jen said……
Um girl, you know me and Billy’s relationship very well.
Billy had two birthday wishes:
1. I could only sing happy birthday to him once (on average I usually sing it 13 times).
2. We couldn’t go to Yogurtland. I couldn’t be mad at him yesterday because of his birthday and all but you better believe he is going to get a lecture from me today.
Billy chose FLAME BROILER for lunch. This would be a brown rice, chicken and veggie bowl with extra green onions.
I took a picture of my bad decision to wear (or even buy because of my spilling history) white shorts while eating this meal and I was being SO CAREFUL to not spill anything.
I bet you can guess what happened. Red hot sauce comes out of white shorts in the wash right? Any special tricks you use to remove stains?
The sauce is heavenly, it is SO hot and I don’t normally love crazy hot things but the flavor of it is worth sacrificing not having feeling from my nose to my chin for three hours. I may have dumped 6 of those cups of sauce on. I like my sauce to rice ration to be 1:1. PS eating with chopsticks is so much fun.
Just throwing this picture in because it makes me extra happy. Charlie comes everywhere with us.
After lounging around for a few hours I got busy making Billy’s requested dinner. Probably the healthiest thing out there. Chicken and cream cheese stuffed into croissant rolls. I can’t stand and roll at the same time, that takes too much thinking.
I don’t know if he forgot it was his birthday and not mine but he requested broccoli and salad too…..he must want something from me. Fine honey, I will stop losing my debit card every other week.
Doesn’t everyone wrap their man’s present in a zebra print bag? Charlie kept trying to grab the tissue paper out and unwrap all of his other presents.
The grand finale…….get ready for this people. I know you have all been in suspense to see what he wanted for dessert…….
Fried Ice Cream. He says that since he is 3/8ths Mexican that he has to have at least one Mexican food on his birthday. Good thing I worked at a Mexican restaurant for two years and remembered how to make them. To get a mental picture of mine just imagine the same ball of fried goodness with about 48 times more chocolate sauce.
Have you ever had fried ice cream? Did you like it?
What do you usually request for your birthday dinner?
-Lasagna or salmon…..this last year I got both:)
What’s your workout today?
-Spin and pump…..I am going to try a minute on the treadmill and see how the shins are feeling…..it has been 1.5 weeks of no running, lots of icing and lots of freaking out.