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What do you love?

Monday, November 14, 2005

Conversation in the car yesterday: Mom, what do you love? Asks our 4 year old. Well, I love you. I respond. What else? I love your brother and Daddy. Daddy, what do you love? He asks. His father says the same thing, but adds the names of the family pets. What do you love, sweetie? I ask, expecting him to say something along the lines of how the conversation had already been going.

I love fettucine. He responds. Needless to say, guess what we had for supper last night?

  1. Blogger Lois Lane said:

    Man I love kids! Too funny!
    Lois Lane

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    He's my sincerity, and honesty, that's for sure.

  1. Blogger Tee/Tracy said:

    Awh! LOL.

    Hey Cathy, I love pizza. Send me some ;)

  1. Blogger totolehero said:

    your profile blurb is awesome !!!

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    Sure, what's your address? I must warn you that the mileage fee and tip fee might make the total cost in the hundreds...willing to pay:)
    I must confess, it is from a Canadian beer commercial, that's why the URL at the end, but thank you anyway!

  1. Blogger Corrina & Zack said:

    Oh, Cathy. I so look forward to your blog. What a little card you have!

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    Hardly a day goes by that he doesn't crack me up. I am glad that I ahve the chance here to jot these things down, otherwise they might pass me by. I love the photo of you and your gorgeous babe, btw.

  1. Blogger missbhavens said:

    That's the funniest thing ever. Kids are just so sincere...and honest!

  1. Blogger Heidi said:

    That is to cute..I hope he enjoyed it..lol

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    You want honesty; he's your man!
    He loves pasta. Pasta of any kind; doesn't matter what I pile on top of it; great way to get healthy food into him; bad for Mr. C and I in terms of our waistlines, though. Atkins Diet would definitely not be an option in this household.

  1. Blogger Michelle said:

    Heh, a "man" after my own heart! MMMmmmmm black olives...delicous!

  1. Blogger scrappy rose said:

    kids...they keep it real...

  1. Anonymous Anonymous said:

    Sweet and true honesty is refreshing!

  1. Blogger Berlinbound said:

    Is that actually a picture of the pasta you prepared for your kids? If the answer is yes, I want the recipe. If the answer is no, I still want the recipe.

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    Amazing the things he'll eat.

    Scrappy Rose;
    Real and really funny; what more can I ask for?

    Thanks for stopping by. The ages of not having learnt the pat responses....

    O.K. I'm caught. I've been waiting for someone to call me on this one. The thing is I didn't think to take a photo of the real fettucine that I cooked and it wouldn't have looked nearly as lovely as the one in the photo. I keep meaning to cite sources for photos when they are not mine (which is seldom now, but when I do..) Anyway, the source of the photo is http://www.cornichon.org/, which is a great culinary site. The actual photo was taken at El Amor, I belive it is called; a cafe in Seattle; chances are you won't be in the Seattle environ. for some time. The recipe...I'll have to get back to you on that one:)

  1. Blogger marellecone said:

    I love fettucine too. Sounds and looks good too. :) These kids really are too funny. :)

  1. Blogger x said:

    mums and dads are okay, but food is better. you can't eat mum when you are hungry. that kid is right!

  1. Blogger Unknown said:

    Mmmm! That picture makes me hungry. That's one of my favorite dishes!

    You have a great blog. I'll visit again soon!

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    Now that your are starting to talk, I'm sure you'll have loads of funny stories to come...

    You speak the truth.

    Thank you for stopping by, and I'll visit you soon, too.

  1. Anonymous Anonymous said:

    Best regards from NY!

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