Christmas is Here, Why Am I Doing All the Work?

The Write Perspective

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Hey.

In the words of my grandmother, “I’m not complaining, I’m just explaining,”

Why am I the one left to be made responsible we have all the materials we need for Christmas dinner? Suddenly, my slightly proactive attitude toward being prepared has gotten me nothing but additional responsibilities for making sure every ingredient we need is available and ready for production at the specified times this evening and tomorrow.

I am a runner. Similar to drug running but more from a food perspective. I have to make sure my customers are equally satisfied.

That means no matter how many times I’m required to retrieve something- I will:

– Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese in addition to the large bag we have and the Smoked Gouda, Gruyere and Aged/Vermont Cheddars we already have refrigerated. Sure, Macaroni and cheese can always use more…cheese.

– Soy Sauce and Honey for

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Published by: dottiedaniels

I'm a hardworking thirty-something who likes to read various topics, write, coupon, garden, hang out with my almost human dog, sit-and-do-absolutely-nothing, and most importantly live, happily :) In June 2006, I survived an SAH (subarachnoid brain hemorrhage = brain aneurysm) and after my recovery and a few years passed I set out to write- something that I thought I'd never do well again. Most who know me expected I'd write about that experience but instead I chose something a little different. I'm now the author of an apocalyptic, zombie-thriller titled 'Affliction' which will be published by DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C and will be out by the year's end. Whether you read 'Affliction' or not (I would hope you will) my goals for everyone, including you would be to follow your heart, set some goals and follow through accordingly- otherwise you'll never truly know how happy you can be.

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