It’s probably normal when you’ve been married for a while that you kinda think alike. Not in all ways — just in some ways!
Yesterday morning I told Vince . . Since we had baked potatoes last night, I made extra. Want breakfast with fried leftover potatoes, eggs, bacon and toast? He laughed and said “I was going to ask you last night to bake extra potatoes so we could have potatoes for breakfast!”
Later I was talking about dinner. He had bought a ham and I had already said I was going to bake the ham so we’d have it for sandwiches over the next few busy days. Then I told him I thought I might make scalloped potatoes. He again laughed and said “I was just thinking scalloped potatoes would be good with that ham!”
I also decided to make the little Fogo rolls. I love those things and would be happy to eat just those and nothing else.
40 years! We do that a LOT! Some days it is scary 😉
What is your recipe for Fogo Rolls
Dottie Newkirk says
It’s nice to be in sync with your spouse. Makes those times you’re not in sync not as bad, LOL.
Judy Laquidara says
I just have to remember during those times when we’re not in sync that this too shall pass!
Lorraine Croy says
More than once I have told my husband to stay out of my head…right after he has said exactly what I was thinking! Frightening and funny at the same time!!
Nelle Coursey says
After 50 1/2 years it is really scary how we can finish each other’s sentences or be thinking the same thing!
Oh, I made half wheat/half white bread this week, and those Fogo rolls look very interesting! Please tell us about them?