Have you ever been in a position where something really embarrassing is happening to you, but there is nothing that you can really do about it, because, who are we kidding, no one can just shower for hours and hours in the hopes that hair dye no longer dots the length of their hairline?
Huh. Just me then.
Oh well, it’s all one.
But to get back to what I was saying – although I had (on the whole) an absolutely fabulous weekend, because I did have hair dye smattered all across my hairline, and because I didn’t have one bloody thing on the dye removal list given to me by the lovely Kacy, I spent the majority of my time outside wearing this on my head:
And while I really love my Forever XXI headband, on the one day that Vancouver finally cracked fifteen degrees centigrade, I was a little hot around the ears.
(Especially as M and I walked up the library to return our books, and to purchase our goodies for dinner.)
We thought the perfect dinner for such a sunny Saturday night would be spicy shrimp fajitas.
When I was first learning how to cook, as well as coming to understand that food was my friend, and not my sworn enemy, fajitas were one of the first things that I began to make on a regular basis.
What I’ve come to love so much about them is the myriad of colours and textures and flavours that all come to play, wrapped up tightly in those tasty, toasty tortillas.
You’ve got the crunch from the peppers, the spice from the seasoning, the sharpness of the cheese, the tang of the salsa, all dancing up a storm, to a perfectly timed beat.
And they are a fabulous meal to cap off a sun dripped, tuliped, early spring day.
Like I always like to do, I laid out the goods before getting down to business.
And then I chopped it, chopped it.
Then I had sizzling sizzlers straight out of sizzledom. (Not to be confused of course with Jerry Sizzler, sister of Jerry Sizzler, the lounge singers and not two clearly insane people. See end video for more, and for proof that I am not the one clearly insane.)
Then we laid out a buffet of brilliance.
For an end result of:
What are your easy peasy meal choices that serve as the perfect topper to a smashing day?
And just remember, I’m not Roy Orbison. I work in colourization!