Of course.

June 18, 2013


No time to write tonight. It was a full day.

Sam and Rachel are in town to figure out future housing stuff. There is no food in this house, so Lloyd bought two ‘bake-your-own’ pizzas and I managed to ruin them both.

Might as well set that ‘Let’s get together for dinner’ bar low. 😉

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5 Responses to “Of course.”

  1. Peggy Said on:

    Mmmm…..pizza! I’m sure your guests enjoyed it! I would have liked the burnt one.

    (But you might have wanted to not capture the “don’t care” in the picture)


    • Lauren Said on:

      Ha! I thought about that after I posted it. It’s the agenda from the city council meeting I went to afterward. I was telling my boss (in note form, since I am not a talker) about the disastrous meal. The note above it was telling her how I could never be on city council because what they were talking about was so boring, too complicated, and I just didn’t care.


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  3. Brad Said on:

    You should just present them as fancy preparations. You can call the burnt one “blackened” and the under-done one as “pizza tartar”. You’re a gourmet chef!


  4. Kristi Said on:

    Take’n’bake pizza is so overrated. You might as well have told them to make the crust from scratch and find their own toppings.


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