March 1, 2012
Thai food is my topic this week thanks to my teenager who turned me onto a restaurant called Noodle. This finicky teen would never even eat a carrot, now she’s slurping out of a bowl of cantonese seafood Thai soup containing long beautiful ramen noodles were floating with scallops, squid, broccoli and more. It was delicious and a far cry from the plain food she usually insists upon. As I held back my delight I inquired about her knowing of this place. Her sister had taken her here a few weeks back and without even asking got her a steamy bowl of this stuff and said "eat this." It does take a village, and a great big sister with a palate like her mothers too, and a little more influence.
She buzz words
Right now she could be
Avoiding the obvious
Putting on make up
Diapering a baby
Brushing her hair
“Milk and gas pretty much eat up my budget”
According to a cleaning of 500 moms and dads the five-second rule (when dropping something on the floor) is followed sixty-five percent of the time.
Eighty-eight percent of parents think Dad is the dirtier parent.
Men are more likely to lie about whether they cleaned the counter top or not.
Twenty-five percent of men polled admitted to “fibbing” compared to fourteen percent of women.
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