I love that my wife is thoughtful with us.
This morning, I asked my wife what she was having for breakfast. She answered with a question (as she sometimes does…ok…often does 🙂 ): What do you want to eat?
I told her that I was probably going to eat cereal.
And she asked again: What do you really want?
I told her that I didn’t want to tell her because I didn’t want her to go out of her way to make something.
I insisted that I didn’t want to tell her.
She continued to insist.
I told her: Probably bacon and eggs, but I don’t want you to make it.
She asked: Is that all?
I responded: Pupusas would be good, too. But that’s too much work. I don’t want you to do it. (NOTE: Pupusas are the tortilla-looking food on the plate in the picture at the top of blog post. They’re delicious!)
So she said that she would make them as soon as the girls went off to school.
I reluctantly (at least on the outside) accepted though she and I both knew that I was secretly happy.
When I came back from dropping off my daughter at the bus stop, breakfast was done. The breakfast smell was mouth-watering.
The end result was the lovely dish above that did not last very long.
Needless to say, breakfast was delicious and she even made some extra pupusas for the girls when they returned from school. (They love them, too.)
I love that my wife is thoughtful with us!