You want to know what amazes me consistently?
That I can debate with myself in my head for hours and hours about if I should make this or that. Should I go with chicken or shrimp, vegan or heavy on the meat, super cheesy or super healthy, top with an egg or leave the egg off.
Honestly, I know it may sound stupid and like a problem most people would love to have, but the problem is, it that I am like this with pretty much everything that involves making a decision.
I simply cannot do it.
My mom has decided that she thinks I have dyslexia and I know she is no doctor, but I am pretty sure she it right.
I know this is nothing to joke around about, but my older brother Trevor and my younger brother Red both have dyslexia. So the odds for me are not looking too good. And yeah, I show many other signs of dyslexia other than the fact that I cannot make a decision, like the fact that I have the hardest time with my left and rights (cannot believe I just told you guys that!), my grammar is complete crap and I am incredibly focused and unfocused all at the same time.
Really, I do not know why I am sharing this today and I will probably talk more about it over time because it is something I have struggled with my entire life and whether it is truly dyslexia or that I am just plain crazy is something I struggle with on a daily base.
Like the day I made this. I know it seems so incredibly stupid, but I actually started making four different meals and stopped a third of the way through because I changed my mind and decided I did not want to make whatever it was I was trying to make. Finally, I only had forty minutes of daylight left to get something made that day and this meal came into my head. YES. Finally.
This is why there are zero process shots for you guys today.
Because my brain was just not working and I am totally insane. I will always be the first one to admit that.
But I gotta say, I am incredibly happy I got this meal made. It may be so simple and so easy, but it is also just what I wanted. Healthy, quick, minimal cook time and minimal ingredients. It is warm and cozy without being too heavy. I was pretty happy with it.
Creighton (the “meat only” brother) on the other hand was totally disappointed. Mushrooms? What the heck is Polenta? Goat Cheese? Is there beef?
Yeah, not his meal, but it is so my kind of meal. And I had it ready in twenty minutes flat. That us incredible if you ask me.
And you know, I think eggs just make everything better.
Oh, and a little note. The site will be down for a few hours tonight for scheduled maintenance. Scheduled maintenance that I am very excited to share with you guys tomorrow!! It is going to be good!