TIMEOUT {randomness}

May 10, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
Starting a NEW blog thread on here. We've got all kinds of new things in the works for this silly blog - who knew SO many of you guys kept up! SO - in addition to our {SNEAK PEEKS}, {ASK // US}, {TOP 10's} and {LOVE STORIES} we're adding on with a little fun stuff. {LITTLE THINGS} is coming soon (posts about the little parts of our lives that we just love), BUT FIRST here's a new one. {TIMEOUT}. All about the random little things that happen that people just need to know (for no real reason).

Let's keep this short and sweet. Anybody who's married knows your spouse secretly loves driving you nuts. I know Melissa didn't do this on purpose, BUT somewhere deep down she is going to love knowing that it's making me lose my mind. Last week she baked the best cookies I've ever tasted - I think they were peanut butter, oatmeal, Reeces Pieces or something wonderful. Anyway being somewhat health conscious she only baked half the batch and froze the other half. The problem is EVERY TIME I open the freezer amidst somewhat healthy options for meals and snacks is this rock hard, completely unsnackable, delicious brick of cookie dough.  I've tried breaking off pieces, I've tried sneaking little spoonfuls. It's literally a brick and I can't break it.  It may be a first world problem, but it's a REAL problem right now.



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