Y'all. Today I had a run in with my old biology advisor. The one whose office I cried in... several times. The one who I went and told that I was going to be a biology major. Then that I wasn't. Then that I was going to be a biology minor. Then that I wasn't. Then that I wanted to go to nursing school stat and asked for help to make that happen. Then I dropped all my biology classes and ran and left the biology department with a good lasting impression of Sarah Derrick. Today I saw him in church. He said, "Well, hey Sarah! I haven't seen you in awhile!" That is accurate. You haven't seen me because I flee when I see you or anyone from the biology department on campus because you all must think I'm insane. Dr. Davis now stops me when I threaten to change majors. I haven't recently felt the need to run myself into the ground taking classes I despise and am not good at to get a job that could very well just make me queasy. While I could have said all these things, I simply responded with a, "I know! How are you doing?" This was a magical run in. Truly magical, all in God's house.
On a different note, on things I am good at, tonight I made dinner. It was so delicious, if I do say so myself. I made chicken spaghetti and apple turnovers for desert. It was a nice comfort dinner, perfect for the transition that we are having into fall! I can't wait for the cooler weather to get here so I can make all kinds of fun things like soups, pies, and crocpot dishes! I'm terrible at remembering to take pictures of the things I cook so yall can admire my skills, but here's the recipe for the chicken spaghetti. I went ahead and mixed everything together instead of layering before I put it in the oven. And then the apple turnovers are compliments of Mandy's recipe box.
1 apple cut into slices
1 can of crescent rolls
1 stick of butter
Roll apples inside crescent rolls. Sprinkle tops with cinnamon sugar. Melt butter and pour over top. Bake at 375 for 20-25 minutes. (Mandy said 30 but our oven is a speed demon when it comes to cooking times.) Top with some cool whip and you have a little taste of fall in your mouth!
Time to get on my take home test for Pauline Epistles. I'm choosing to think of it as more of a game, a Bible scavenger hunt if you will.