I often find scraps of paper I've used to write down snippets of conversation I want to blog about. This is one example from Thanksgiving. (If you want something in a timely manner around here, I'm afraid you'll have to get yourself a timex) :p
Husband: "Do we want a fresh turkey from Deimond Farm or from the grocery store?"
Me: "I'd prefer the fresh turkey if we can afford it. Free range, grain fed turkeys are expensive, but worth it."
Husband: "Fed a macrobiotic diet, massaged daily by geishas and taken thru an in-depth grief councelling process before being gently snuffed as the moon rises and the fog sets in. And there are usually crickets chirping in the barnyard."
Husband: "I shouldn't mention that the turkeys are so calm that they spend the night on the block?"
Me: "Only you could come up with PR like that!"
Husband: "Fresh turkey it is then."
QOTD: "If everyone is thinking alike, then someone isn't thinking." ~ George S. Patton
I might not mind cooking so much if my husband kept me entertained like that! ;)ReplyDelete
Yes, my husband has his moments... I think I'll keep him. :)ReplyDelete