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06 January 2020


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I grew up chatting about our day at evening meal; so when I married I expected the same. I sat down to eat and chat and before I knew it I was at the table alone. My new husband had eaten and gone. He still doesn't like to sit at the table and chat and I still miss it.

This made me laugh out loud. Too funny!

How about only serving one dish at a time, and not bringing the next one to the table until you're done eating your serving? That'd slow him down!

Oh, how I love your writing! Thank you for brightening my days :)

Very funny. What a guy!

Omgosh I was laughing out loud at this! And I guess I shouldn't have "gone there" either...but I did before I finished reading and saw that he did too lol ;)...

Funny and inspired post.

I enjoyed this post and tried to go into your archives to read more of your old posts from way back. Unfortunately, the archive link does not work.

I read this to Jim and we both laughed out loud. Oh, Yann. <3

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