This afternoon, I almost thought I lost Cody.
Well, actually that’s sort of just me being overly dramatic. But typically, Cody is around me all day long. So by mid afternoon, when I realized that I hadn’t seen him in at least a few hours, I started to worry that maybe he had gotten outside when I opened up the door earlier.
Only a quick search later and I realized that Cody was down in the basement, most likely seeking solace from the extra heat that’s been building up here.
Either that…or he was pumpin’ some iron again?
Ahhhh, don’t let him fool you…he’s a total softy as soon as you show him you’re ready and willing to play.
Last week, I bought a package of whole wheat tortillas because I had quesadillas on the brain. Well tonight, I finally put them to use and cured my cravings with some Crab Quesadillas!
I actually don’t remember when the last time was that I had these. It may, in fact have been when I posted about them…last July! I really need to get better about repeating the meals I love.
These quesadillas are pretty much the bomb and are super easy to make. Although the original recipe says that it makes 4, I went ahead and crammed all of the filling into 3 and split them between Jay and myself.
Of course, we had to have some “his & hers” salsa with our ‘dillas. Can you guess which one’s mine??
Unfortunately, hubby wasn’t a huge fan of these. At first, he gave me the “wow, these are kinda gross, babe” face. Then after a little while when I told him that he didn’t have to finish them, he said that they “actually aren’t too bad.” But by the time he had one ‘dilla left, he had had enough and threw in the towel.
Honestly, I think he’s nuts, but I suppooooose we all have different tastes and I appreciated him at least attempting to eat them all. He was a trooper.
On the side, I also enjoyed half of a ripe tomato, sprinkled with a little sea salt. Ohh goodness, how I love fresh tomatoes. I think a tomato sandwich may be in order with the other half I have waiting for me…
In a little while, we’ll actually be headed out the door for a late-night softball game. It’s playoff time, baby…time to get excited!
Question for the Evening:
Have you ever lost (or thought you lost) a pet? What did you do?