Ok. I am suspicious. Did somebody forget to tell me something????
Why are you ravioling momma? Ravioling? It's not a verb? It should be. makes sense to me.
Fine, why are you making food you can't eat? What is going on?
I am suspicious. Fine, you don't want to talk, I will just stick to you like glue.
I am not stupid. Something is going on...
Hmmm, it looks like your mama is back to normal! You are SO lucky to have a mama who makes all of those edible goodies.
Hardly normal. She uses a piece of equipment, cleans it, packs it...things are disappearing. Then she goes and becomes all mushy on the couch. And the cycle repeats.
Oh my goodness. Mom wants some
Benny & Lily
Oh, mama says that it sounds like she is doing the thing called "packing". Didn't you say some time back that your daddy got a new job in Ack-run??? I bet that's what's going on. Grownups get all mushy for some reason when they pack. We did that for my sister Kim when she moved to Lost Angeles.
I wish my Mama was ravioling (and you can so totally use that as a verb. I said so.) That looks DELICIOUS!
We would be curious too 'vie! Who wouldn't be with all of that ravioling going on????? Perhaps she is making it for your Daddy?? You are really lucky that your mama is such a great cook!! xoxo Chloe and LadyBug
Silvie, you are not alone on the "ravioling". Mama makes up new words all the time. In fact, I am a verb as in "My grandma comes over every day at lunchtime to Marshmallow" (meaning walk all of us). And that ravioli looks yummy! Can we have a pasta party?
Marsh, we can have a pasta party anytime! I love love love tagliatelle, maybe we can get momma to make some.
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