The hubby is leaving me for the weekend on his annual guys ice fishing trip. Am I sad? Ummmm….nope! I’m actually a little excited. Is that bad? I love the idea of having the house to myself, Miss K to myself, no one wondering what I’m doing. Just being. Existing and doing whatever. Don’t worry Sunday evening I will be more than ready for his return too!
The hubby actually looked at me this past weekend and asked what I plan on doing while he’s gone. I just giggled. In return he rolled his eyes and said, “Spend the entire weekend at your Mommy’s?” Uh yup. Possibly.
I love my mom’s. She makes me coffee, breakfast, plays with my kid, she has a big house, asks me what menu I want. Things that don’t happen at my house. For that little instant I’m once again back at home and I’m taken care of. I love it. I adore it. I cherish every single moment. I know some day I won’t have that so every single chance I get I spend time with her.
Am I a Momma’s girl? Why of course, but I’m also Daddy’s little girl. Just ask my brothers they will assure you this is true. It comes with the territory of being the only girl. Such a rough thing I tell you!
My hubby likes to tell me I’m spoiled. I just say I’m loved because that’s what they spoil me with. Pure unconditional love. I fully intend to spoil Miss K in this way. I see no harm in it. I figure I turned out pretty good!
So while you are making these lovely biscuits and spoil your loved ones. I won’t tell them how super easy they are!
Recipe adapted from: Eat Cake for Dinner
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