please don’t feel any obligation to read these entries, btw

I decided that I’m feeling awake enough to skip the nap.  Plus I got kinda busy, so that helps.

Also discussed meal stuff with Stephen some so here is the current plan.  For breakfast, I’m doing eggs, sausage patties, gravy, and biscuits.  Might throw in some fruit for good measure.  I mean, you know.  For lunch I’m thinking grilled cheese (will likely get some delicious bread and stuff like brie and cheddar) and potato soup.  This means we should have pancakes and bacon on Thursday morning so that we can fry extra bacon for the potato soup.  So sausage and biscuits on Friday.  Anyway.  For dinner I’m doing fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, mac and cheese maybe, green beans maybe, corn on the cob (or not), maybe.  I’m sorry, but I adore mac and cheese from a box.  Buuut maybe could do something homemade.  Hm.

OK, fine.  I’ll make the mac and cheese from scratch.  Hmph.  And if I’m doing that, I’ll do green beans to go with it.  Don’t want the plate to be ONLY yellow and brown.

There’s going to be a lot of cheese and butter in this cabin.  Yuuuum.  Now I want to do deviled eggs too, but Stephen doesn’t like them.  That DOES mean more for me, though.  Will have to think about this…..

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One thought on “please don’t feel any obligation to read these entries, btw

  1. Maybe it’s just because I’m such a contrarian, but I think I’m more likely to read the entries, or at least skim them, when it says “please don’t feel any obligation to read these entries, btw”. If you were to put “everyone, just ignore all that stuff I wrote earlier; I didn’t mean it” then I would definitely read everything.

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