Family Photo Albums (Tip #5) + 7-Layer Vegetarian Nachos

I've started an ambitious project a few months ago when settling into my renovated house but have so far put it on hold because there really just doesn't seem to be enough time for anything anymore. I miss the carefree days when there was tons of idle time. Now everything is just a blur from Monday through Friday and then the weekend is always too short. Anyway, the project that I have taken upon myself to do is to scan each and every one of my family photos from all the photo albums that we have, even as far back as my mother's childhood, and of course my baby photos, some of which are below. :)


And the reason I want to do this is so these previous memories have a safe backup in case of any unforeseen worst-case scenarios such as a fire, which is what happened to my neighbors. :( I bought the Ion Air Copy Wireless Scanner, which I saw someone else using and I find it's very easy to use but it does only work on Wi-Fi, which I wish I knew, because I can only use it with my laptop and not with my desktop, which I would prefer to use.



It's an extremely big and tedious project but my goal is to get it done a little at a time throughout the year.



Taking advantage of an abundance of guacamole and chips A and I scored from Chipotle, I quickly threw together a 7-layer nachos dinner that is both delicious and nutritious:


7-LAYER VEGETARIAN TOSTADAS
Ingredients:
2 ripe avocados (or 1 cup prepared guacamole)
2 tablespoons lime juice
4 tostadas (or 4 cups tortilla chips)
4 cups romaine lettuce, chopped or torn
1 15 oz can vegetarian refried beans
1 cup mild salsa or fresh pico de gallo
1/2 cup sour cream
1 cup Meixcan cheese, grated (or a mix of mozzarella, Cheddar, and Monterey jack)

Directions:
1. Mash the avocados with the lime juice in a bowl if not using prepared guacamole.
2. Stack all the ingredients in any order on each plate and serve.

Leaving you with the quote of the day, "If you don't make things happen then things will happen to you." -Robert Collier

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