From The Dinner Things in Life: (2011)
I guess the biggest hurdle I face is that my children want dinner EVERY night. And they usually anticipate a meal in the morning and afternoon as well. Seriously. I’m not making this up. I could break my back making Rare Roast Beast for dinner with homemade who-pudding and an exceptionally satisfying who-hash, and still, the very next morning, my children would emerge from their little who-beds expecting MORE FOOD.
From Law Abiding Citizens: (2011)
My 11-year-old sons are two things above all else.
- Thing one: They are die-hard, obsessed, over-the-top-committed, wake-up-in-the-morning-singing-Sweet-Caroline-oh-oh-oh, Red Sox fanaticals. (Thank you, Dad.)
- Thing two: They are hungry. All the time, every time, five minutes after dinnertime, they are hungry.
Hmmmm, seeing a trend here ...