Thursday, February 15, 2007

Fajitas

Yesterday was a very strange day. SP woke up, showered and got dressed for work only to find out his office was closed. We didn't get that much snow but apparently the roads were really bad because of ice. I called my office to see if they needed me to come in and ended up agreeing to work the second half of my shift. Of course it stopped snowing once I got to work but started right back up as I was driving along the back roads that lead to my house. It was a harrowing few minutes as I drove past a field with no snow fence. With the wind blowing the snow all around I couldn't see the road in front of me.

Thankfully I thought ahead and made the chicken, onions and peppers for last night's fajitas the night before, so all we had to do was make some Goya yellow rice, heat up the filling and assemble the fajitas.


I made my fajitas with a few pieces of chicken, some onions and peppers, salsa, sour cream, shredded romaine, sliced black olives and shredded cheddar cheese. They were messy, but good.
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2 comments:

  1. Oh no, that snow sounds so dangerous! I'm glad you're okay. It must be scary driving through it! I love the thought of snow, but because I don't get it a lot over here, I don't understand how dangerous it can get. To me, it's snowmen and snowflakes, not snowstorms and black ice!

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  2. I love living somewhere where we get to experience all the seasons, but winter is by far my least favorite of the four. I hate driving in snow and ice is always a threat. It used to be fun when I was a kid and I'd get the day off from school, but that never happens anymore. :)

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