Sunday, 12 April 2015

Sunday at my place


Do you wear an apron?
I do usually on the weekend when I am cooking for the family, I think many people nowadays don't but I may be wrong about that so I am putting the question out there and we will see what others say.

How about paper on the kitchen sink or bench, on which you place rubbish to be wrapped before thrown in the bin.
I do, I remember my great aunt Joyce use to have paper on the kitchen bench and now I do.

When you peel vegetables do you peel them onto paper, or into the sink or maybe you peel them straight into the bin? I prefer to peel them onto paper or into the bin my mum likes to peel them in the sink under running water that I find annoying.

The girls were here early and as such we had an early lunch more like brunch, this was because I said tell me when to cook lunch and they said now please so I did, now I wonder how much longer they will stay here, not that I am bothered by them being here, although if I knew they would be here so early I wouldn't have had breakfast oh well I will not eat again till late this afternoon.

Now they are having an argument about parenting styles and giving me a headache., trying to change the topic didn't help. Now though they are all leaving and I will have a quiet house and it is only 12.15pm.





4 comments:

  1. I wear an apron sometimes when the occasion rises.
    Don't use paper as I have a garbage gobbler, all peelings and rubbish that are not bones or recycle go in there.

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    1. I have often thought it would be nice to have a garbage gobbler but alas not going to happen

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  2. 1- Mom wore an apron for cooking and dishes.
    2- Don't remember ever doing the paper thing. However, once upon a time, my son was afraid to tell me he didn't like the dried out TV dinner turkey he had picked out, and so he put it inside the newspaper that was sitting by the kitchen sink. His plan was to ask if he could throw the paper away and look like a hero, but a neighbor kid came over first and he went outside. When I went to look out the kitchen window later, I put my hand on the paper-right above the turkey. A memory I still bring up to harrass him.

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    1. I bet your son wishes you would forget that story, but us parents like to remember all the embarrassing and funny things our children do

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