It’s a food blog, so I’ll talk about food. We delivered my daughter, and all of her dorm equipment including her fridge and microwave to college the other day. Part way there she tells me she forgot her ramen noodles – didn’t we discuss this here already? So now I have to mail it to the college. I’m proud of her, she’s starting a new adventure. We did eat in the dorm cafeteria, and the food was good.
My son played in a soccer game today, and they lost, but not by as much as they lost the last time. Even better, he not only scored the first goal, but the most beautiful goal. My son is like a gazelle, he spreads his legs out and runs and he’s fast. He dribbled the ball down the field and no one could catch him. We live out in farm country, so dinner is usually the hot dog stand at the school. Also, I want to support the school sports, so I buy my son a hotdog and popcorn. I got a chicken salad for myself. I really shouldn’t eat that stuff, I’m getting too old. Only two more years and my son will be (hopefully) off to college too.
Does that count as Cookerati talk? Right now my kids get my time first. Some nights we just don’t eat as well as we should. I need to be a better planner, so that I can be a better eater. Usually if we are going somewhere and I have time, it’s sandwich night. What do you do when you have the running around craziness of band practice, football games, soccer games, Venturers, etc and work full time too? Are you better organized, can you feed your family better or do you just go to the hotdog stand too?
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