Let's get to it.
NaNoWriMo: I'm doing just peachy. At least today. Also, wasn't that such a pessimistic thing to say? It's because my main character is, indeed, a mega pessimist.
Also, I'm super excited because I introduced a new character. She was so needed. She's named after my 12th grade English Honors teacher, Ms. Shaddy. Woot! Also, I loved Ms. Shaddy because she was super fun and she loved me because I used colloquials with every breath. And her red pen loved my papers because I'd write things like "MacBeth was rad". And she'd circle that RAD and jot to the side COLLOQUIAL. What's awesome about Parasomnia, is that I can use colloquials ALL THE TIME. Muahahaahahaha!
Also, I wonder if Ms. Shaddy remembers the time in a class discussion that I referred to one of the characters in the book Martin Chuzzlewit by Charles Dickens as "Mr. Peckersniff". Also, unless you know that book or characters or were in that classroom, you'll not understand one word of that.
But my favorite memory of Ms. Shaddy's class was from the last day of class. I found a cardboard cut out of Mel Gibson somewhere in Ms. Shaddy's room. Just the top half from the movie Lethal Weapon. And all the students and Ms. Shaddy signed the back of it. Mel sat in the passenger seat of my Dodge Rampage as we drove around town.
Good times, good times.
South Beach: While I'm SO OVER THIS AND JUST WANT A PIECE OF BREAD ALREADY FOR THE LOVE OF GOD ALMIGHTY, I am excited that I am, indeed losing the weight. Not a whole lot, but a little. So.
Also, last night I made the yummiest dinner ever and have to put the recipe here for you.
Peppers (I used red, orange and yellow, but green would be fine too)
Ground turkey (I got taco flavored kind, because that's all the store had)
1 can of tomato sauce
1/2 an onion, chopped
*Brown rice (in recipe, but we can't have that until next week so we just omitted)
Preheat oven to 350. Wash your peppers. Slice them in half any way you want. Clean out seeds and ribs. Place on baking dish sprayed with cooking spray and bake for 15 minutes. Whilst peppers are baking, brown your meat. I added less than 1/2 a chopped onion. You could add spices as well but mine was already taco flavored. After meat/onions are browned, add the can of tomato sauce. (Also add cooked rice if you're including this)
Take peppers out of oven and put scoops of meat mixture in each pepper shell. Top with cheese (I used 2% Colby or something) and bake for 20 minutes.
Voila. And yummy.
Hubs and I each got two halves, leaving him enough for lunch.
*if you included rice, you'd have lots to work with.
Sooo, happy Monday.