Saturday, May 5, 2012

Saturday, May 5th


Today, I ate everything I said I was going to eat.

7 comments:

Ingrid said...

Margarita in a mason jar, you're my kind of gal Shen! Beautiful pup, and beautiful tacos.

While pumping gas today, I noticed that I was the only female NOT wearing yoga pants. They were no doubt going food shopping afterwards. Ha ha!

foodfeud said...

I'm glad Ingrid said margarita, I was going to ask what was in the glass. But now what? Is one margarita really celebratory enough??

Miss Rachel said...

Looks like a delicious day. I hope the artichoke was tasty; it looks as if it had a lot of leaves. Which little doggie is that? I hope he didn't overdo it on the margaritas!

Now you and Ingrid have me really self-concious about my yoga pants which I'm wearing right now (!!!) and have been wearing a lot during this period of unemployment.

Molly said...

Love the shot of the pup checking out your drink.

Perfect food for Cinco de Mayo!

xvavaveganx said...

Yeeeeeeeeeeees, love the cocktail in the mason jar!! Perfect! And even more perfect with your lovely model inspecting it :)

Your meals all look great! The tacos look especially delicious and festive.

blessedmama said...

Hey, how do you like those taco shells? Does it make it easier to eat tacos now? Do you feel like holding a small child over your head and cheering?

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

Ingrid, I'm assuming your yoga-pants wearing gas pumpers were filling up their Lexus SUVs. That's what I see around here.

FF, the Margarita in the post was just the first of several. Although, the ice cubes remained the same throughout the evening. Next year, I'll know to make sure to have some ice on hand for Cinco De Mayo.

Miss Rachel, I hope you check out a book on the proper consumption of an Artichoke, cuz the leaves are just the 'foreplay' if you get my drift. Additionally, wash those dang yoga pants.

Molly, I tried to keep it real yesterday -- Mexican-wise.

VaVa, mason jars are naturally photogenic. What's that about?

Blessed Mama, I'm not sure I'd consider the Taco Shells easier to eat than the Tostada shells, although, at some point, eating the Taco was like a crunchy sandwich. I leave all the children-related activities to you.