I'm brilliant, right? And totally going to get a lovely blogging award for my
Ok. Enough. I don't post for the awards. I post because I like to write what I'm thinking or doing or you know, planning to cook.
But here I already told you I'm not thinking well, and yet I'm posting about doing nothing, because as much as I would like to enjoy a super delicious dinner tonight, I haven't MEAL PLANNED in a few weeks (fail!) and therefore, we don't have a ton of super delicious ingredients ready to go.
Even though chicken spaghetti really does sound good again. In that cozy-its-still-sort-of-winter-out, but spring-is-trying-to-force-its-way-through and chicken is kind of light couple with the spaghetti which is oh so comforting.
But I digress, because this wasn't going to be a post about food. Or anything really for that matter, in which case there really isn't a need for a digression.
In which case, I should probably just get my shoes on and make a little trip to the grocery store to meal plan my way into dinner for tonight and for tomorrow, too.
Which would be good since we have evening-ish obligations for a while tomorrow night. And would probably be good for me to do tonight too so I'm not buying any more M&M speckled Easter eggs at my absolute favorite store when I go there later with Handsome to acquire a curling iron.
These are seriously delicious. Get some and your self will be thankful.
Which I need for our evening-ish obligations tomorrow. And why I need to relax and rest and eat good dinner tonight, so I'll be pleasant tomorrow and maybe even have more ideas about what to post.
Hows that for forcing the post full-circle?
I'm here. And I'm still (regretfully for you perhaps?) writing,
Oh and because I'm feeling generous guilty, I'm probably going to make PW's Chicken Spaghetti. I posted about wanting to make it a while ago, and I did, and it did NOT disappoint. Here is even one picture I took in the process:
This is the step where you mix the spaghetti with the pimentos and bell pepper and cheese and cream of mushroom sauce right before you throw it into a casserole for baking. Mmm.