Mine?

I don’t have much of a blog post today because I spent the time I should have been writing at the grocery store.

You can blame my children.

I do.

After school around 4:30 yesterday I had a hankering for some cookies or ice cream. We didn’t have any at home so I asked the kids if they wanted to go to the store to buy some cookies. (They of course, would not have had any until after dinner while I would have stood in the pantry and shoved a handful into my mouth while cooking dinner).

In answer to my cookie question, they said, “Nope. Don’t really feel like cookies right now.”

It’s this answer and their love for science fiction which has me questioning the if they were possibly switched at birth.

So, I had to wait until dinner was over, showers were complete, and story time was done before I could go to the store.

And in case your wondering…my cookies AND ice cream were worth the wait.

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4 Responses to Mine?

  1. Amanda says:

    Those certainly do not sound like your children! But I’m glad you were able to enjoy your cookies & ice cream while they were fast asleep!

  2. Kelly says:

    I know, your children love dessert, so there response was shocking.

  3. My kids will do anything, say anything to avoid going to the grocery store!! You would think I could entice them…nope.

  4. Pat Becker says:

    You have inherited your dad’s cookie gene.