I’m in a pickle. I know I’ve tweeted about this before, but I guess it would make more sense to talk about it on my actual blog – right?
So, here goes: I get a lot of friend requests on Facebook from blog readers and I hope by now ya’ll know how much I really appreciate every single person who reads my blog. THIS MUCH! With arms wide open. But I can’t justify allowing so many people into my more personal life – I can’t really imagine what else I don’t put out there on this blog that people would wanna know. You can always email me and leave comments on here! I don’t bite, I’m friendly and totally willing to chat…unless you get inappropriate, then I get inappropriate. Or I just ignore you.
In a nutshell, I’d rather keep my Facebook friends limited to the people I actually know and/or talk to because yes, there are pictures on my Facebook that I’d rather not everyone see; I mean I’m not secretly a hooker or a man or anything of the sort, I have no secrets, but still. And yes, people do post mildly (ok…wildly) inappropriate things on my wall as I do theirs and to be quite frank, not everyone needs to see those pictures or those posts and I just don’t feel comfortable with someone I don’t know having access to all of that jazz and more. Get me? Good.
So, here’s the deal – would I have enough people to “Like” a Facebook page for my blog on Facebook or should I just stop worrying about the situation? I just feel really bad messaging people and telling them I can’t be their “friend” on Facebook because I don’t know them (even though that is a legit reason, ha!)
Help get me out of this pickle?
Speaking of pickles. I’m finally going to share with you the recipe I mentioned a couple posts back. Ok, so there’s no real pickles in this but it sounded good anyway. It’s perfect for welcoming in Spring – as it can be served cold or hot. I prefer it cold so I can pretend that it’s hot outside.
Honey Curry Pulled Chicken & Noodles
(Variation: Use spaghetti squash as noodles!)
1/2 cup Greek yogurt
5 oz cooked chicken breast, pulled or chopped
Serving of noodles (of choice) or spaghetti squash
2 tsp curry powder
1 tbsp mustard or 1 tsp mustard seed powder
1 tbsp honey (or more to taste)
dash salt and pepper
Combine yogurt, curry powder, mustard and honey in a small bowl and pour over noodles + chicken. Easy peasy lemon squeezy! You can cook the chicken or noodles right before for a heated dish, or just leave em’ cold.
Best when served with a Spring-y side salad:
I’m off to enjoy my last day of Spring break by ignoring the rest of my work for as long as possible and wishing it wasn’t 35 degrees outside cause it looks so beautiful. At least that’s an excuse to snuggle with this little boo…
How do you feel about the whole Facebook situation?
What’s your favorite dish with Greek yogurt?
Peace and love!
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