I get very excited when I strike upon something that Thor will eat without complaining. So, when I discovered he liked my breakfast tacos, I decided to pre-cook and freeze them. Unfortunately, breakfast tacos (a tortilla folded over the ingredients) do not taste as good as a breakfast burrito (a tortilla wrapped around the ingredients), so the first batch largely went into my belly. The second batch? Gone in 4 days.
They are very easy to make. Easy to freeze. Easy to reheat. And if you’re in a hurry and forget to pack your lunch one day, grabbing one of those and a banana will get you through a Monday. I know this for a fact.
Here’s what you do:
The hardest part is folding them up, and wrapping them. I’ve seriously considered getting a part time job at Freebird, just to learn how to properly wrap a burrito.
This has been an excellent summer for music. Unlike the last couple of years, I’ve been excited to turn on the radio because the Top 40 is full of great tunes. I don’t think I’ve enjoyed the radio this much since 1985.
Some of my favorites have been:
This video is weird as all get out, but I love the song
This video is disappointing in a number of ways, but for me, it’s how cheap it looks. Good lord. At least match the mouth to the singing–because the song is infectious.
I’ve loved everything I’ve heard out of this band, but this is probably what I’ve liked best
I love and hate the same thing about the internet: How easy it is to share information/misinformation. You know those quotes from Abraham Lincoln about loving aliens? Misinformation. But this series about women’s health and sex from Laci Green? Excellent information.
I’m a grown woman, and I’ve learned some things from her*. Since I saw this video today, and since I learned something about the hymen, I thought I’d share it in case anyone else needed the info.
This is something I need to remember to share with my son (or have B share with him), when he’s old enough/showing enough interest that the conversation is appropriate. The more we all know about how our respective parts work, the better life will be for everyone.
*I purposefully made a low grade in my high school “health” class, and actively avoided paying attention because I was afraid the teacher would think I was a trollop if I did well, or seemed too interested. How sad is that? Then, I started taking Human Sexuality in college, right as I became a religious zealot. I decided it was unseemly to do well in that class, so I only learned enough to make a middling grade, and skipped all the classes about The Act.
I’m an old lady now, and I am telling you, “You need to know this stuff because it’s as normal, and as important as knowing about nutrition. Knowing the mechanics of your body/your gender opposite’s body is important. There is nothing dirty, or bad, or shameful about it. Just be responsible when putting any sort of sexual knowledge into practice. Like Proverbs says, get wisdom AND understanding. And use lube.” That last bit isn’t in Proverbs. That’s in Song of Solomon.