Anyway, as I was standing there for an eternity, picking the meat off the bones for a nutritious turkey soup and also a dressing casserole, I pondered what a dang tedious job that is when the goal is to get all the meat, yet leave every bone. I reminisced about how 20-something Mandy in her golden tan and bronze Porsche would have laughed at that exercise and suggested we eat cake... bought from a high-end bakery no less.
It made me realize how much I have to be proud of in Sarah. She's been doing this for years, caring about the budget, caring about the nutrition of her family. This is the kind of thing about homemaking that is under-appreciated. It makes me want to have every man and child under the loving care of a devoted homemaker stand there and pick every morsel of meat off two turkeys each. Sadly, so many women have joined the ranks of the man's work-a-day world in search of appreciation and fulfillment. Fortunately for us, Bill has made it a point to celebrate us to the boys, so we need go no further than our own KitchenAid mixer for a healthy dose of self-worth. Bill's mother is a stay-at-home homemaker, and an excellent one at that, so he truly values our contribution to home and hearth.
I'm usually late to the party on popular videos, but I so loved this! I hope you didn't see it like four years ago. I hate it that end-zone celebrations have been banned in Pro Football. I loved watching Ochocinco's antics.