And a cuppa Joe

Well, as a follow-up to my last post, there’s some good news and some bad news. The bad news is that we arrived at the Salvation Army exactly five minutes before closing. Who knew they closed early on Saturdays?

The good news is we had an awesome dinner. Both of us were short on money, with mostly empty fridges, and so we decided to pool our resources. He had eggs, cheese and bread at his apartment, and I had potatoes, onion and bacon at mine.

Coincidence? I don’t think so.

He fried up the potatoes, then layered them with cheese into a bacon/fried onion omelette. Yuuuummmmm.

Now, if you have a dinner like this, I think there’s some obvious questions you are going to be asking yourself. What do I do if I have to send someone a thank you card for a perfect scramble? How do I invite someone to a frittata brunch? What’s the proper way to say ‘get well soon’ when someone is injured in a freak bacon frying incident?

I’m so glad PolkaDot Shop has got answers to all of these vital social etiquette dilemmas. Who could go wrong with handmade breakfast greeting cards?

And what better way to bring a little sunnyside up into someone’s day?

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Published in: on October 26, 2008 at 11:24 pm  Comments (4)  

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  1. Funny how things seem to work themselves out!

  2. Perfect choice!!! Her cards are way too cute….love them……

    Pooling resources is such a good thing.

    Mary of Brush It On

  3. Now I’ve heard some segues in my day, but that was beautiful.

    Apropos of the of this theme, allow me to leave you with a quote from Francis Bacon:
    “A bachelor’s life is a fine breakfast, a flat lunch, and a miserable dinner.”

    Congratulations that you managed to turn that aphorism on its head.

  4. Oh these are too cute! Sorry about the Salvation Army but at least you made up for it with a great meal!


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