Last week as Alex was searching for something for lunch he asked me, “Do you know how to make mac n’cheese?”
I took it as an insult.
While I am admittedly a bad cook, I can at least make mac n’cheese.
From a box that is.
Let’s not get all crazy and make it from scratch.
Plus, I’ve made it a good hundred times or so for him. Doesn’t he remember at least one of those occasions?
Alex decided he was going to learn the very detailed and complex process of making this gourmet lunch.
I walked him through all the steps and watched as he proudly served his brother lunch.
Turns out his first attempt was so successful he decided to cook it again today. This time though he drove me crazy. Off and on. Off and on. Off and on went the lid.
I explained the phrase “A watched pot never boils” to him in hopes of getting him to walk away for a few minutes.
I should not have bothered.
He thought his idea was much better.
I cannot wait to see what he does when I explain, “A chip on your shoulder.”
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