Be careful with your words friends. Sometimes I say things that in hindsight I probably should have kept my mouth closed in the first place; making claims that I am unable to follow through on. Take for example 5 days ago at work, one of the girls in the office had been sick last week with this nasty cold and cough. She, out of concern for me, said that I should probably not be in her office lest I get sick as well. Here comes the kicker: I confidently sat back in my chair {like a total cocky piece of turd would}, and said the last words to live by:

Gluten-Free Vegan Easter Breakfast

“I haven’t been sick in at least a year and a half. I don’t think you have to worry about me getting sick.”

Pause here.

If there is anything to learn from life, it’s to never act as if you are above the law. You are rarely, if never an exception to the rule. And before you ever open your mouth and act as if you will never do __, chances are you will so don’t ever say never. Yes, I have a feeling you know where I am heading with this. I am sick as a dog. I haven’t had a cough like this in God knows how long. So I am in desperate need for some chicken pancakes for the soul…

Gluten-Free Vegan Easter Breakfast

So while I am hacking up both of my lungs, whip up a batch of your favorite pancakes and waffles mix for this fun, Easter-themed breakfast. To learn how I shape my pancakes, check out this post for some pointers, and this post for a good recipe. Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to shove my lung back in…