Tuesday Dinner Success: Intent vs. Reality

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A late afternoon cold pressed juice and the best of intentions. I’ll go get a couple of miles in before cooking a homemade meal, I thought to myself.
Shoes
Then, a line of cars sucked the life out of almost every single last good idea.
Cars
And a pile of dishes killed the very last straggling good intent remaining.
Dishes
It’s cool! Let’s be flexible! Change of plan and the newest winning meal… starting with something green:
Peppers
Oh, who are we kidding?? Packaged protein and potatoes today.
Pre-prepped
Only one clean pan? I can WORK with that!¬† I can even repurpose that knife…
Knife
No, dude. You can’t have a banana. Dinner will be done in 7-9 minutes. Really! That’s it, according to this package right here. Just play with both of those Finns. Sure, or draw. Sure, do both.
Bananas
That’s a very nice jet. With wheels.
Legos
Shall we set the table? Perfect.
Paper plates
Of course I can help you wipe. I’m on it. Super mama.
Toilet Paper
¬†Wait, what’s that? Is that seriously a bandage on the cabinet above the sink? I mean… they AREN’T STICKERS. And even if they were, we don’t put stickers on the furniture.
Bandaids
Oh, and that stripe of yellow paint tells me that apparently my painting work was as good as my dinner… oh no! The dinner!!!!!
Paint
Guess that was about 9.5 minutes. Not quite enough flipping. No, sweetie, that spot is just extra flavor.
Crunchy
I’ll use this kiddie fork. It’s clean.
Kiddie Fork
And one-up that. Fancy crystal because TUESDAY. And everyone is still alive.
Crystal
Cheers!
Cheers!

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Cassiopeia

Cassiopeia is a storyteller, working mama, and babywearing educator. Beginning her career as a K-12 teacher, she found her life hitting an utter standstill when her oldest son was born and, as a result of her motherhood experiences, became deeply involved in the babywearing community shortly thereafter. She now works and volunteers within the babywearing industry, and fills her teacher’s bucket by offering workshops and classes on educational topics throughout Southern California.

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