*Programming note: The "Home Tour: Kitchen edition" will be postponed until tomorrow because I'm afraid my kitchen is currently in no condition to be photographed. Soooo, get your posts ready and link-up with me tomorrow!
Friday night I had an eventful evening making the Skinny Taco Dip for a party of one (me, myself and I). I ate probably half a cup of it and was full. The rest I have to throw out because apparently it's something you can't save because the lettuce gets soggy. Awesome.
The next time I make it, I think I'll nix the taco seasoning packet. I added a layer of fat free refried beans to the bottom for some protein, which was def a good decision.
Saturday morning was my neph's final t-ball game of the season and then there was an end of season party at the coaches' house. They had pizza, a pinata and trophies for the kids.
It was so adorable until Reese had a meltdown over balloons right before the team picture. He wanted to hold 20+ balloons for the picture and his Mom told him just one or two would be enough. Look at how happy he looks:
That's my boy!
Saturday night we went out for my BFFs Liz and Stefanie's joint bday shin dig. First we had dinner at this deelish little restaurant just the three of us + Liz's hubs (our personal photographer).
|My dress is from Francesca's, which is currently having a BOGO 50% off on all their full-priced dresses.|
Yesterday, I woke up (from my 5th nap of the day) just in time for the Miss USA pageant. Excuse me, but Miss Texas should have won. And I'm not saying that because I'm from Texas. OK, maybe I am. But she definitely gave the best response during the interview portion.
Cali was my second choice, so I'm not completely mad. But had TN won, there would have been a riot. First of all, she needs to chill with her hand on her hip. Secondly, her answer was beyond dumb.
Rocco DiSpirito - Question: "Recently, a controversial pastor in the United States burned the Quran. Should burning of any religious article be protected by the first amendment, the same way burning the flag is protected?"
Ashley Elizabeth Durham - Answer: "Absolutely not. I know that some people view it as a freedom of speech, however burning the American flag is not patriotic at all. No American citizens should do that and you should also respect other religion. I'm a Christian, I'm a fateful person, I would personally not appreciate someone burning the bible. And that's just a line you do not cross."
Jump to the 1:56 min mark to hear her answer. Really???
And that about sums up my weekend. I hope y'all had a good one. Only 4 more days until Friday!