The Case of the Missing Tomatoes
By Tree Guy
Early one evening I went to Taco Bell because Danielle wanted a couple Taco Supremes. These were always her favorite because she loves sour cream. I came home with three for me and two for her just like she ordered. I set the bag of tacos on the table and went into the kitchen for drinks.
Next thing I know, Danielle is yelling about how "These aren't Supremes!!! Idiots!!! They can't do anything right!!!!! I....they...AARGHH!!!!!
And off she ran to the bedroom crying all the way.
Well, there I was, standing in the kitchen with two glasses in my hands wondering what just happened. I checked the tacos and found that they had just forgotten the tomatoes. So I added some tomatoes from the fridge and approached the bedroom. After explaining the situation, Danielle simply said, "OK," and came out and ate her tacos.
So there you have it. My shining pregnancy moment with Nature Boy. And he hates tomatoes.
I have no riveting taco picture to add to this post. (Sorry to disappoint.) But I do have a crafty Pinterest-y one.
My husband likes to make his own salsa. It's really, really good. Better than store bought, fo' sho'. He sometimes whips some up for gifts. So it happened that we have 5348953408596356 Mason jars just sitting around. Since I am a lady o' leisure, I spent 534534 hours finding 5456340564064563 things to do with Mason jars on Pinterest. The painted jar above is my first project. It reminds Nature Boy of my grandparents, so I call it a win. Here is the link, in case you like it too. (EASY!) I'm going to do a bigger jar next in antique white to hold the flowers that my husband doesn't bring me nearly enough. (Ahem!) (Not that he reads my blog...)
I also plan to do this project with silver paint and glitter. (Glitter!!!!)
And this one too.
Craft ALL the jars!!!!!!!!