Monday: I don’t remember what we had for dinner, he grabbed us something on the way home
Tuesday: I made pizza and cheese sticks
Wednesday: Jamie grabbed some State and Main on the way home
Thursday: Costco chicken fingers + fries
Friday: Fried Chicken, asparagus ‘fries’ and little double stuffed potatos
Two out of five. That’s a bad week for dinner – and that hungry husband? He’s less than impressed. As an “I only cook frozen pizza and chicken fingers from a box cook” he started sending me sarcastic texts when I informed him that Costco was making dinner tonight because the meat that I took out for dinner wasn’t thawed in time.
Do I get bonus points for cooking a brisket for his lunch tomorrow, and on the weekend? And, bonus points for doing every stitch of laundry in the house while suffering from my woman-cold?
As expected, he sent me a snarky text message with a link about how to properly thaw beef in a quicker time period.
He’s like Google. Full of information. But more sarcastic. Since he was so full of information, obviously I had to send him some things that I would consider ‘google-able’. Also, how did moms find out things like where to get edible glitter before the days of google? How did they make their children edible glitter lollipops? Scratch that. Their kids probably didn’t have youtube to find these crazy things they request before eleven in the morning.
Where can I find edible glitter?
“buttermilk fried chicken recipe”
“curly fry cutter”
he sent me a link.
“Plastic candy thermometer”
received: a link for to DIY edible glitter
BUY EDIBLE GLITTER
Does having a third kid break your vag?
received:a link for a curly fry cutter, looks like my new Google is ignoring that one.
Why is there a maple leaf under my couch in January?
“How to disable a doorbell”
then he stopped answering and rang the doorbell 945 times on his way in.
See you at Costco for dinner?