Saturday, February 06, 2010

Bizarre Produce

One thing we never lacked during the first two months of Jack's life was delicious food, and not because we were doing any of the cooking. So many people prepared incredible meals for us and even delivered them. We ate so well and we are so grateful for those gifts of service.

I knew having a newborn would be a lot of work, but I didn't anticipate just how much I would dread having to cook a meal when dinnertime crept around. But thanks to our awesome friends and family, we never once had to do anything more complicated than put something in the oven or punch buttons on the microwave.

As a result of these glorious meals given to us, the only food cabinets I opened were the ones containing the cereal and granola bars. These onions are proof of that. We found them the other day; I'm not sure how long they have been there, but they're definitely older than Jack is.

Kinda scary, don't you think?


Ms. Moment said...

Totally found onions like that about a month ago in our place too. I wish I had an excuse thus I'm just a lazy cook.

Wilson Ramblings said...

awesome! I love it!

Janet said...

It's ok Jennifer. The onions could have been old when you bought them. Happens here frequently.

Mary Jo said...

save those for my garden - ready for planting!