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by Karla ° Thursday, January 17, 2008
For his 30th birthday dinner tonight, he wants homemade mac 'n cheese and chicken fingers.

This was probably what he requested when was 10, and also probably a good indication that he totally knows he married a woman who cannot cook.

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There's something comforting in consistency, isn't there? My DH always asks for shepherd's pie and a fruit pizza instead of cake.

Happy birthday, Mark!
Posted by Anonymous Fawn :  January 17, 2008
 

Happy Birthday Mark!

Karla,
You never cease to amaze me! My better half always wants a 12 course meal, on top of a 5 course meal, topped with 3 deserts, so I just order out, and ask him how my cooking is. ;)

Mindy
Posted by Anonymous Mommyof3 :  January 17, 2008
 

Happy Birthday to Mark!

Do you think Nate will also ask for his mom's "home cookin'" on his 30th? ;)
Posted by Blogger Gina :  January 17, 2008
 

Happy Birthday Mark!!
Posted by Blogger Heather :  January 17, 2008
 

Happy Birthday Mark!

The meal sounds great to me. I've been sick the past few days and with morning sickness combined my hubby has been living off frozen dinners and take-out for a couple weeks! I bet he'd love some homemade mac'n cheese right now! I usually make a big dinner for his birthday and after this year he told me we should just start going out! ... and I actually thought I could cook! .. guess I was wrong!
 

Happy birthday Mark!!!!
Posted by Blogger Julia :  January 17, 2008
 

Give yourself some credit Karla. Homemade mac 'n cheese requires far more skill and cooking ability than the stuff in the box.

Happy cooking!
Posted by Blogger Linda :  January 18, 2008
 


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