I’m trying to come up with something interesting to talk about here that doesn’t involve me telling the story about me getting thrown in jail in Venezuela, which I wrote half of, but will have to come later when I have time to find pictures documenting my 100lb weight lost. Yeah. That extra “0” there? Not a typo.
So, for today I need something simple.
I decided to drag Wife into the process (because, let’s face it, the 20 or so half-written drafts I have in my draft folder are still drafts for a reason. And that reason is that they suck). (And also, let’s face it, she’s brilliant, and has come up with some awesome ideas, such as Celebrity Crush, never mind the fact that she probably came up with it as easily as she did because when is Lionel Richie’s freaky face not on her mind?)
She suggested I post a recipe. So, without further ado: Macaroni and Cheese.
(Fun fact: when I first typed that I doubled nearly every consonant making it maccarronni because I couldn’t remember which letter there was two of. Turns out, there are no double letters at all. It’s probably really good that I’m no longer an English teacher.)
All right. First, you need a box of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese:
Then, you need Wife there to make it for you, but you don’t have a photo of that because she said “No, I don’t want to pose and pretend I’m making macaroni and cheese right now because I’m busy taking care of your children while you write a blog post.”
Touche, wife. But I still need you to make some for me because I’m hungry and I’m really busy “working.”
*she does so, begrudgingly, for the kids*
Then, you eat it.
Mmmm, it’s delicious.
Wow, that was so easy! So easy that I just made an executive decision: I’m going to start a recipe blog. Because there are definitely not enough of those. Directly thereafter I plan on starting a photography business. Because ever since getting my DSLR I’ve discovered I have real, genuine gift for photography. I especially have a knack for shooting nature shots.
Hey, National Geographic. *Does an air phone* Call me.
Photo attribution here.