Sunday, July 7, 2013

BOOM, bang, BOOM.

It's that time of the year again.... wow, how time flies.
I hope you all had a great weekend and got to shoot off some fun fireworks!
Living in North Carolina means you cannot buy nor shoot off "cool" fireworks.
It's pretty lame, not gunna lie.
We've managed to deal with it over the years and Hey... I guess we end up saving a ton of money by not buying those "cool" fireworks... one decent thing about it.... well, not really.
still LAME.
This year we started our festivities off in Surf City, NC with live bands and FIREWORKS over the sound.
The rest of our weekend included a few beach days... A few nights grilling out with friends. :) And lovely yard work.

We had a great weekend but now its time for a little relaxing and catching up....
AND prepping.
I start my new job Tuesday!!!
I am a little nervous... I don't know what to expect... Especially since I will not have my Dental Hygiene License yet. i.e.: Legally I cannot clean teeth without my license in hand.
As of today, good ol' North Carolina Dental Board has this message posted up.
 Must be nice to live in central NC right now...
I guess I shouldn't complain too  much, my license will be in my mailbox by Friday. YAAAYYYYYYY!!!!
I have worked by BUTT OFF for that little slip of paper. Cannot wait to have it in between my fingers! 
Well y'all time for me to wrap this up and catch some zzZZzzz'Z.
Hope you all had a great weekend.
Till next time....................................................

Monday, July 1, 2013

Something Different... A Recipe.

Yesterday I woke up sick of my regular morning grub so I started digging around and came up with this lovely concoction!

Breakfast Pita Pizza
Whole wheat pita bread
Eggs (scrambled)
Chicken Breast (shredded)
Green Pepper
Parmesan Cheese (less fat than soft cheese)
Salt & Pepper to taste
I first cut the pita bread horizontally and sprayed it with olive oil, put  it in the oven alone for about 5 min. at 400 degrees to get the crust crispy.
I sautéed the mushrooms, green peppers, and onion. Heated up chicken that was left over from the night prior, and scrambled the eggs.
Add all of these lovely things on the pita bread and put it back in the oven for another 5 min. at 400 degrees.
These are so delicious and definitely something different than my normal blah egg whites!
Go ahead.... try it out, and let me know what y'all think!