Well, today was a busy day. My friend, Bri, and her beautiful family came for a quick visit this morning. Brianne, Bryan, Brayden, and Brynlee. Cute huh? Bri brought me 2 full trash bags of clothes! I have practically a new wardrobe! Bri has some wonderful family members that I am pretty sure threw in some things as well. I can't begin to explain how much it meant to me. I haven't really gone shopping in a while. I have been all over the place in sizes. So, I never really tried to get anything. I was pumped to have clothes coming out of my ears! It was absolutely awesome to watch God use Bri to meet my wants. I didn't "need" clothes. I just kinda wanted to feel pretty. And I did today.
Also, this afternoon, my little baby got his first haircut. Justin has been wanting to do this for a while. I agreed that we could once Liam started walking. He has been walking for a little while now. I agreed to get a baby mullet. We trimmed the sides and left the back and the top for the most part. I just couldn't handle losing his curls already. Cathy, at Finishing Touch, is an excellent stylist. She does really well with kids. And that is important. I love her.
Then, this evening my mom and my stepfather came over for dinner. I made chicken fajita pizza and taco dip. Yum!
Chicken Fajita Pizza
*2 chicken breasts
*1 c. salsa
*2 bell peppers
*1 t. vegetable oil
Cut up 2 chicken breasts and cook in a skillet with 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil.
Sprinkle chicken with chili powder, onion salt, garlic salt.
Spread out pizza crust and cook for 7 minutes at 400 degrees.
Cut up 2 bell peppers and 1 onion.
Add vegetables to chicken once chicken is completely cooked.
Cook vegetables for about 3 minutes on medium heat.
Measure 1 cup of salsa.
Take out pizza crust and spread chicken vegetable mixture evenly on crust.
Spread salsa on top of chicken and vegetables.
Sprinkle shredded cheese all over top of pizza (as much as you like.) (I use colby jack and a little mozzerella-ella-ella..)
Cook pizza for 12-14 minutes at 400 degrees.
Easiest Taco Dip Ever!
*1 can refried beans
*1 pouch taco seasoning
*1 tub sour cream
Spread refried beans into bottom of casserole dish.
Mix sour cream and taco seasoning in a bowl.
Spread sour cream mixture on top of refried beans.
Sprinkle shredded cheese on top of sour cream mixture.
Cut up tomato and sprinkle on top of cheese.