I’m married to Mikey

February 26, 2009 at 9:53 am Leave a comment

(Not Mickey… Mike-y!) 

Who remembers that commercial—I think it was for cereal—where the brother says, “Let’s get Mikey!  He’ll eat anything!”  (Now I’m wondering if I remember that commercial correctly…)  Anyway, it seems my husband will indeed eat anything. 

Two nights in a row this week, I’ve screwed up and left food out on the counter after dinner.  The first night, it was au grautin potatoes.  Husband came home from work the next day just as I was dumping them in the trash.  “I would have eaten those!” he said.  Ummmm, no. 

The next night, it was a big old roast that I had cooked in the crockpot all day.  Mmmmmm, that sucker was so good.  But it was still hot after we ate, so I left it out to cool before I put it away.  Big mistake…it was still sitting on the counter the next morning.  When husband came home from work, I told him what I’d done.  “It’s probably still alright,” he said.  🙄  I gave it to the cats.

So Mikey won’t eat lasagne but he will eat food that is likely infested with bacteria. Go figure. (Then again, he actually likes TV dinners so I guess I shouldn’t be surprised.) Looks like I need to add a Post It note reminder to my mealtime cleanup routine so this stuff quits happening.  On an unrelated note, I suspect a Post It note shortage in the near future.

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