Tom: “Would you like to go out to dinner for Mother’s Day?”

Me: “Not really. I think I’d fancy avoiding the crowds.”

Tom: “Would you like me to do something special for you for dinner at home?”

Me: “Yes.”

Tom: “What?”

Me: “Fly Adam in.”

23 comments on “I Sure Hope He Didn’t Take it Personally”

  1. Oh that does look delicious, and no need to fight for a table.

    Sounds like the perfect plan to me! 🙂

    Thanks a bunch for dropping by my blog to share some words of encouragement! I loved the anology to Kettle Corn, and actually think it was the perfect analogy.

    Hope you enjoy you weekend, and Happy Mother’s Day! 🙂

  2. No way!!! Pizza is JUST what I was planning on making tomorrow for Mom’s Day Dinner!! (easy for me…very little mess!!)
    Pleas ask Adam how he feels about international travel!!
    Have a wonderful Mother’s Day!!

  3. Ummmm. Send Him my way when He’s done. Hey Hubby should be relieved that HE wouldn’t have to cook. Sounds like a great idea to me!
    Blessings & Happy Mother’s Day!
    Pax, EJT

  4. You’d have to fly Kristen in as well, since she made the sauce and assembled the whole thing. I made the dough, and did the parts that involved the oven (as Kris doesn’t like hot stuff).

    Next time we visit we’ll make some pizzas.

  5. Looks good. I will be cooking for MOther’s Day as Jen’s kids will be coming over- but wait- I am the step mom- shouldn’t THEY be cooking. Oh wait- none of them knows how to cook. Guess it’s me then. 🙁

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