So, I’m basically a full-blown adult now. I cooked dinner for myself last night. As most of my friends know, I stay away from all things kitchen. My excuse? I’ll just make a mess of it. But I didn’t prepare just any dinner. I leapt into culinary madness. I made spaghetti squash with homemade guacamole (black beans and corn too but they’re canned; so they don’t matter). Roll your eyes at me. G’head. I would too because now I see how insanely easy this meal is.
The mere fact that I didn’t slice my hand open trying to halve that squash was a feat in and of itself. I was freewheelin’ in that kitchen last night!
Multitasking was happening. I was mixing, brushing things with olive oil, deseeding, chopping. It was beautiful. Multitasking in the kitchen has proven to be problematic for me in the past. It’s usually a struggle for me to stir this, pre-heat that and add contents gradually while stirring in one direction without burning a spatula.
Oh yea, I can fold a fitted sheet now too. What is happening?! And by folding a fitted sheet, I don’t mean, wadding it up and making it into a crude semi-square. #Nailingit!