Hello, my name is Teresa and I laugh at my own jokes. It usually happens during some random light-hearted conversation with Steeler Fan. While we’re talking I say something that I think is funny.
Not like ha ha that’s so funny
But like laughing silently while biting your little pinky fingernail funny
Then like Laughing Out Loud cause why don’t you get it funny
And when he stares at me like I have issues
It adds fuel to the funny
So it becomes
Like leaning to one side cause I’m about to lose it funny
And just when I think I’m almost done,
I Iook up just in time to see Steeler Fan lose his resolve and let a CHUCKLE escape!
Then it’s all like
Rolling On The Floor Laughing with tears and everything funny
Steeler Fan doesn’t really get the joke
But he still thinks it’s funny
Now how cool is that?!
This post was inspired by the Writer’s Workshop hosted by Mama Kat at Mama’s Losin It! The prompt I chose this week was: 3.) Describe the last thing that made you laugh really hard.
Now it’s your turn…Visit Mama’s Losin’ It! to see the other prompts and then Join In!
Now, about the linguine ….
For dinner recently I purchased a pack of chicken sausage and wasn’t sure at the time how I would prepare it. When I returned home I found some cream in the fridge along with a little broccoli from the night before. I didn’t measure ingredients but I bet you could do this yourself with these pictures.
Pour a little olive oil or vegetable oil (just enough to coat the bottom) into a frying pan. Saute the sausage until lightly browned then remove from the pan. Slice each link into half inch pieces, then return them to the frying pan.
I think the Habanero with Monterey Jack variety is great because, after slicing the cooked sausage, the cheese and spices helped to flavor the sauce.
Pour in just enough heavy cream to cover the sausage and add about 1 tbsp butter. Cook on medium high heat until the heavy cream thickens a bit.
I tossed in my leftover broccoli and heated another minute or two. Afterwards, I served it over a plate of linguine.
I sprinkled the top of my Chicken Sausage Linguine with a little parmesan cheese. Now this makes me happy!
Happy Thursday Day before the last day of the work week!