Kind of precarious. I opened the back driver's side door first thinking I could drop in my armload of crap like a genius. Turns out losing an empty reusable shopping bag and then realizing you still have your purse, a refillable water bottle (the kind with a straw so if it dumps over it spills) and a Netflix dvd in hand...doesn't help. I made it work. But not before I dropped the contents of my purse and got dirt from Aaron's car on my navy suit. It was then that I decided my car needed to be washed stat. I get in and start driving and notice bird doo all over the windshield. Windshield wipers. There's no fluid. Bird poo goes everywhere.
After spending $12 on a car wash and reading a couple chapters from book 2 of "The Hunger Games" I headed to work. Side note: I also drove by Cheesecake Factory. I heard on Twitter that it opens...drumroll....AUGUST 29TH!!! Now onto food because I had a very dissatisfying lunch today. Last night I was inspired by my cousin Natalie from Sunshine and Sippy Cups to do a homemade pizza. Holy crap is it easy to do. How have I never done this before? Here's some tips:
Preheat oven to 500 degrees. I don't think my oven has ever seen that high a temp before.
Then comes the awesome part. Add whatever toppings you like! I only used about half a can of pasta sauce, a bag of mozz cheese, a container of crumbled goat cheese, some pepperoni, olives and half an onion.
Recipe calls for letting it cook for 10 minutes or so...but Sir gets really hot and overcooks if I don't watch them. After 7 minutes we had some overdone pizza. Even with the ends a little crispy, it tasted like Italian heaven on a dish.
I took the liberty of making this picture HUGE *please read in Donald Trump NY accent, thus ignoring the "h"*. It was slammin', for lack of a classier terminology. The two of us downed that whole pizza in half an hour. Normally we'd have leftovers for something that large.
Peace out, kids.