Saturday, July 30, 2011

Weekend Cooking: Fortune Cookie


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So when your kitchen looks like this:




and it's only The Husband and you at home, and your kids don't like Chinese, then spring rolls and crabmeat wontons and vegetable fried rice becomes what's for dinner.

And when your house hasn't sold, and you've just buried a second statue of St. Joseph, and the country's debt crisis threatens to wipe out the savings that you plan to use for a new potential house, and when you're among the 10% of the country collecting unemployment, then this becomes a rather apropos and very wise fortune cookie indeed:






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5 comments:

TheBookGirl said...

Very cute :)
I know how stressful a boxed up kitchen can be -- and we would have chosen Chinese too!

Joy Weese Moll said...

Love this post. Definitely a lemonade out of lemons sort of post. We found two statues of St. Joseph when we put in the vegetable garden at our new house, so I'm going to predict that your house will sell now with that double dose!

Rose City Reader said...

Best of luck to you! Hopefully, the fortune cookie is correct!

Rose City Reader

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

I have to say "opportunity" is one of my favorite words.

*hugs!*

Hang in there!

Beth F said...

Wow -- what a fortune .... we should all do well to remember it.