Monday, May 17, 2010

Guilty Pleasure


So when Jake and Amaya brought home 2 malassadas for themselves, because I was at the awards banquet, I felt bad.

Not that I hadn’t already eaten, since 2 pm

1. A 1/2 C of dulce de leche haagen dazs

2. 2 cookies

3. A ho ho

and when Jake offered to share some bites with me, I just looked away and said, “No.” Grumpily.

And then my dad called to let me know, with his $2.50 per minute phone call that Mom and he had eaten at 4 Japanese bakeries today.

My poor fat-clogged heart could just break for feeling so left out.


Sylvia Louise said...

I feel left out too. And I don't even know what a Japanese bakery entails.

Damaris @Kitchen Corners said...

me too and I do know what a Japanese bakery entails (second hand of course).

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