Why am I making duck face? I blame the wine and just got married happiness.
Lauren: Stop putting your feet on me!
Me: But that's my love language.
In all seriousness, I do get the spirit of the term love languages. She and I do speak different ones at times, but I happen to think they complement each other in ways that keep our lives interesting. And I think we both tend to like the idea of "making memories" as gifts, which I think is a language (maybe??). Or maybe that's just my reasoning for getting her to tag along on my culinary/barbecue adventures.
No honey, it isn't. For what it's worth, I am physical touch and he is acts of service. Via.
Lauren: I messed up the batter. It's really thin and won't cook right.
Me: I'm almost home. I'll take a look at it.
I arrive home, look at the batter, it appears fine. Let's recap that recipe, shall we? Mix up the batter, turn on the non-stick griddle, make your pancakes. One more time…mix up the batter, turn on the - oops. The griddle has to be turned on. That's my wife. How can you not love her? **
When I hear Beggin' Strips, I think of the dog so you get a pic of him.
4) I have nicknames for many of you.
* full story here
** I'm pretty sure I did something wrong to the batter and then turned the heat off and forgot to turn it back on. Or something.
*** 'Tis true. I love my blogger friends and he does ask about many of you daily!
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Okay, guest posting done. I had no idea he would be this nice to me. I also didn't know that he thought I shared a lot with you. So, did you learn something? What would your significant other or someone else close to you want to share with your blog friends?