Last night, John and I spent the evening in Baytown. We went to church with my Mom and had dinner with her, my Dad and Julie. I know I have mentioned this before, but I’ll say it again – my mom is an AMAZING cook. To help me stay on course with my gluten-free diet, she made chicken and rice as a an entrée and homemade pinto beans on the side.
Delicious! For those eating gluten she made homemade tortillas. Are you kidding me??
I just had to have one. So I did. Afterwards, we had a very relaxing evening of TV watching, talking and laughing. This morning, Julie, Maggie and I hd an early morning run planned. We ended up doing a 6 mile run, including an over and back on the Fred Hartman Bridge. It was great, albeit the wind, height and dead raccoon on the bridge. Yuck! Afterwards, I met Mom and John at Ricardo’s for breakfast.
Ricardo’s is a Baytown classic. I LOVE it. I ordered a potato and chorizo taco and a traditional chorizo taco. When I did, John raised an eyebrow in his “you-are-violating-the-gluten-policy” way.
Little did I know he was right to judge me. Although the food was fabulous, I have been sick all afternoon. 😳 I hate it when John is right! 😦