Monday, January 18, 2010

marathons and meatloaf

If you have ever run a marathon and your mother-in-law provides you with unsolicited feedback that it's not such a big deal, then when you finish another one and barely make it home, running to catch the plane on your bloody stubbs then it's not such a great idea for your husband to welcome you home with his mother's meatloaf.

4 comments:

Katie said...

The day I run a marathon I'll let you know if I agree with you. Please don't hold your breath waiting for a future comment because I'm not even 1/26th of the athlete you are so I guess I'll have to take your word for it that that's a bad thing to do. :-)

Congrats! (on the marathon, NOT the m-i-l or meal)

Steve said...

Your husband made you dinner and you bitch about it? Hello? It's his mother's recipe because it's what he grew up with and what he knows how to make. It isn't some weird slam at you. Come down from the cross, honey. Someone can use the wood.

Anonymous said...

Wow, Steve. That's deep stuff.

I thought we were in our "trust tree" here on SSW. While personally, I loves the meatloaf, this should be an equal opportunity whine-fest. Cross hangers and all.

Melanie said...

That's like rubbing salt in the wound. Seriously, has she ever ran a marathon? I doubt it becasue anyone that HAS knows that it is a HUGE deal. What a pisser.