Sunday, February 28, 2010

Not-Me Monday: Cooking

In my opinion, the longest stretch the school year is from the beginning of January to Spring break. April and May are equally long - but during those months, it becomes Spring, and the end of the year is in sight and it doesn't feel as long as January to mid-March.

That having been said, I have "not" not-cooked since December. I would never live on frozen dinners my mom left me or various smorgasbord dinners for three months. When I'm hungry for anything home-cooked, I would never put JULIE AND JULIA in my DVD player while I heat up leftovers. That duck at the end looks really good... (beep goes my toaster-oven).

Furthermore, I would never miss a deadline. I have "not" missed almost every assignment deadline since I started my online degree. The professor said the deadlines could be flexible, but I would never need flexible deadlines. Not me.

While we're on this topic, I would never spend my Sunday morning skiing in Vail and then watching the Olympic Gold Medal Hockey game instead of completing my over-due case-study assignment.

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  1. My husband has been in the field for 3 weeks and I have *not* not cooked dinner once since he has been gone! I am *not* enjoying it, either :)

    P.S. You have an adorable blog! Where in the Rocky Mountains are you? I live in Colorado Springs!

  2. We watched all the Olympics, and I did not come to tears when it was over!! (Sad!) Love that you watch Julie and Julia while not cooking--hilarious!

  3. Haha, I definitely do *not* live on chips and cheese whenever my hubby isn't home for supper. Nope, I always eat healthy homecooked meals :)

  4. Brooke,

    You know sometimes left overs taste better than when they were first cooked. Something just taste better a day later.

    Love and Hugs ~ Kat


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