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Why you don’t send men grocery shopping . . .

I know that Bill tries.  He really does.  However, he has never went grocery shopping without messing up.  He forgot to get a couple things off the list like ground beef (which we eat a lot of in this house) and didn’t buy the snack I need for tomorrow for Madison’s school.  I told him cookies or cupcakes.  I meant to buy something from the bakery.  However, he bought a bag of Chips Ahoy.  Needless to say, that isn’t going to work.  I really don’t have time to cook something tonight, so I will have to run to the store with the kids and buy something tomorrow.  I was hoping to avoid that.  He also was suppose to buy frozen boneless/skinless chicken breasts.  Instead, he bought fresh boneless/skinless chicken thighs.  I know he is trying, but man, he is killing me.  I often wonder if he messes up on purpose, so he doesn’t have to go to the grocery store.  I guess I can’t complain too much, since he actually did go to the store.

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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