that I know, and aside from his charming personality, it was one
of the reasons I fell for him from our first conversation.
However, as the relationship progressed I realized that he was
lacking perhaps a few skills. I easily blame most things on his
being an only child.. We have some good laughs at his expense,
but he is a great sport. They seem to lately revolve around food.
Saturday night my friends Stephanie and Deborah and I went out
to the Opera Bistro and had a great evening. My husband who
was already uptown for an appointment joined us about an hour
into the meal. Stephanie had the Fillet Mignon which came
with too much sauce for her delicate stomach.. So we all
The conversation went like this..
Jenny: That is very tasty Stephanie, Adam try some.
Adam: OK! Wow! That is really delicious Sheep..
Jenny: Thats funny and proceeds to laugh thinking he was being
Adam: No really isn't fillet Mignon, Sheep.
Jenny: Laughing too hard but realizing not everyone has had
fillet mignon, so really common mistake :)
Adam: I thought it tasted a lot like beef
Jenny: Still laughing extremely hard...
He is such a great sport..
He has never knowingly had fillet mignon
Tonight I decided to make Ham and scalloped Potatoes
Adam had a meeting after work and came home to all
the smells and said he is hungry and looking forward to
ham, scallops and potatoes.. I just giggled and thought it
was easily understood how he would think that...
Putting aside his perhaps small knowledge in the kitchen
thankfully he is not a picky eater and would have waffles
every night for dinner if I so choose to make them.