Should have said yes. No. maybe. Should have stood up for myself. Defended myself. Said all things I would only think of later that would have been so incredibly clever in the moment. Said something. Anything. Opened my mouth to speak.
Should have said hello. Good bye. Should have been there. Sometimes being there is enough. Should have been selfless. Put others first. Given the hug. Shaken the hand. Said sorry. Not said sorry. I didn’t mean it, and we apologize way too much.
Should have been brave. Braver. Shouldn’t have feared, worried. Should have gone to the concert. The restaurant. The mall. The event. Should have stayed home and watched a movie. Should have watched the weather report. Left earlier. Later. Just a moment may have been the difference.
Should have danced. Sang. Sang louder. Quieter. Been a wallflower. Not looked like such a loser. Not been so excited. But who doesn’t want to be excited??? Worn the dress because who cares if I was way overdressed? Not worn the dress because people are mean.
Should have bought the dress. The skirt. Because dad liked it and dad never picks out my clothes. Kept the skirt I never wore. Not kept the top, but I couldn’t get rid of it because my grandpa picked it out, and he never picked anything out. Bought the necklace. I mean it had fish in it.
Should have eaten the cake. The steak. The fries. Not eaten the cake. The steak. The fries. Been adventurous. It’s just food. You might like it. You might not, though. It’s raw. It might make you sick. It’s cooked. It might make you sick. But then again, it might not.
Should have gone to college. Been normal. What’s that? Made friends. Gone to parties. Gotten drunk. Tried pot??? Gotten a normal job. Been … unhappy. It seems that’s what’s normal sometimes. Followed the path society wanted for me, but why? To make everyone else happy. Then again, this isn’t what happy looks like. Is it?
Though this may be what my brain goes through on a virtual daily basis, especially when it’s winter (thanks mother nature!), at the end of the day, and sometimes even during it, I know I have made mistakes, but I am me, and that’s okay. Tell me I am not alone!
These Chicken and Cheese Quesadillas are way better than okay. While they may not be super glam, they are a filling, super easy to prepare weeknight dinner that is gooey, cheesy perfection.
Rotisserie chicken saves the day and cuts down on prep and cooking time. Some high-quality store bought tortillas, preshredded cheese, and leftover roasted vegetables round out this meal that we could all make with our eyes closed, and some nights that is just the thing we need.Print
- 4 8 inch tortillas
- ½ rotisserie chicken, shredded
- 8 ounces shredded cheese (I used a Mexican blend)
- Roasted or sautéed vegetables (I used onions and cauliflower, but anything, even a handful of fresh spinach would work)
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Place two tortillas on aluminum foil or a baking sheet. Foil means easy clean up! Top tortillas with a handful of cheese, evenly distributed. Add chicken and vegetables and top with additional cheese. Place a tortilla on top of each quesadilla.
- Bake for about 10 minutes until top tortilla is slightly crispy and cheese is gooey and melty. It should be very hot.
- Serve immediately. Quesadillas may also be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Warm in the microwave about 1 ½ minutes until very hot.
Don’t forget to check out the other Sunday Supper dishes! Thanks to Candace from Authentically Candace for hosting!
- Chicken and Cheese Quesadillas by Pies and Plots
- Chicken Marsala by A Mind “Full” Mom
- Classic Coq Au Vin for Two by The Crumby Cupcake
- Creamy Parmesan Skillet Eggs by The Texan New Yorker
- Date Night Chicken Teriyaki Stir-Fry by Gourmet Every Day
- Orange Chicken by A Day in the Life on the Farm
- Spicy Salsa Chicken by Simple and Savory
- Chicken and Spinach Pasta with Creamy Sun-Dried Tomato Sauce by Pook’s Pantry
- One Pan Shrimp and Asparagus Linguini by Jersey Girl Cooks
- Scallop Pasta with Garlic and White Wine by Caroline’s Cooking
- Skillet Rigatoni alla Vodka for Two by Eat, Drink and be Tracy
Red Meat Recipes
- Filet Mignon with Shiitake Mushrooms by Cooking Chat
- French Onion Filet Mignon by The Chef Next Door
- Honey Lime Steak Kebabs by Cindy’s Recipes and Writings
- Mini Mushroom Meatloaf by Cricket’s Confections
- Mushroom Topped Pepper Steak for Two by That Skinny Chick Can Bake
- Pan Seared Sirloin Steak Dinner for Two by Life Tastes Good
- Pan-Seared Nutella Skirt Steak by Brunch-n-Bites
- Petit Filet with Red Wine Pan Sauce & Garlic Mash by Authentically Candace
- Rack of Lamb with Strawberry Mint Glaze by Sunday Supper Movement
- Steak Au Poivre by Renee’s Kitchen Adventures
- Baked Salmon with Ginger Marinade by Feeding Big
- Crab Caesar Salad by What Smells So Good?
- Crab Imperial by Monica’s Table
- Creamy Shrimp & Sausage Skillet by Crazed Mom
- Grilled Swordfish with Husk Cherry Salsa by From the Bookshelf
- Peppadew Trout en Croûte by Food Lust People Love
- Shrimp and Grits with Andouille Cream Sauce by Soulfully Made
- Surf and Turf for Two by The Freshman Cook
- Colorful Matchstick Salad with Mint Vinaigrette by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
- Curried Split Peas by Wholistic Woman
- Edamame Waldorf Salad by Ninja Baker
- Saffron and Leek Risotto – Served 2 Ways by Sprinkles and Sprouts
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