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Old 02-18-2016, 06:36 AM   #11
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Pasta with zucchini, yellow squash, onion and garlic in a tasso cream sauce.
and carrots.
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Old 02-18-2016, 07:27 AM   #12
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I was too tired to cook, so we ordered pizza.
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Old 02-18-2016, 09:13 AM   #13
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With a decent break in the frigid temps, we grilled burgers.
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Old 02-18-2016, 09:49 AM   #14
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My dinner last night was leftovers. It didn't feel worth mentioning.

To be honest, I really haven't felt much like cooking lately. I don't think I said anything here, but my wife and I have decided to separate after 20 years of marriage. Right now I'm living in an apartment with a crappy stove that doesn't exactly inspire great dinners. I would love to grill, since it's supposed to warm up this weekend, but alas, there is no grilling area here, either.

I don't mean to sound all "gloom and doom," but, unfortunately, this will probably be my living situation for the next 6 months until everything is settled and I can get back on my feet again.
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Old 02-18-2016, 09:56 AM   #15
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My dinner last night was leftovers. It didn't feel worth mentioning.

To be honest, I really haven't felt much like cooking lately. I don't think I said anything here, but my wife and I have decided to separate after 20 years of marriage. Right now I'm living in an apartment with a crappy stove that doesn't exactly inspire great dinners. I would love to grill, since it's supposed to warm up this weekend, but alas, there is no grilling area here, either.

I don't mean to sound all "gloom and doom," but, unfortunately, this will probably be my living situation for the next 6 months until everything is settled and I can get back on my feet again.
I'm sorry to hear that, Steve. I'm sure you both have decided it's for the best, but it's still a very tough thing to go through. Best wishes.
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Old 02-18-2016, 10:06 AM   #16
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I'm sorry to hear that, Steve. I'm sure you both have decided it's for the best, but it's still a very tough thing to go through. Best wishes.
Thank you. Yes, very tough indeed.
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My dinner last night was leftovers. It didn't feel worth mentioning.

To be honest, I really haven't felt much like cooking lately. I don't think I said anything here, but my wife and I have decided to separate after 20 years of marriage. Right now I'm living in an apartment with a crappy stove that doesn't exactly inspire great dinners. I would love to grill, since it's supposed to warm up this weekend, but alas, there is no grilling area here, either.

I don't mean to sound all "gloom and doom," but, unfortunately, this will probably be my living situation for the next 6 months until everything is settled and I can get back on my feet again.
Steve, I'm sorry to hear this. I've been through it too and it's never a fun time. Hang in there. Things will get better.
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My dinner last night was leftovers. It didn't feel worth mentioning.

To be honest, I really haven't felt much like cooking lately. I don't think I said anything here, but my wife and I have decided to separate after 20 years of marriage. Right now I'm living in an apartment with a crappy stove that doesn't exactly inspire great dinners. I would love to grill, since it's supposed to warm up this weekend, but alas, there is no grilling area here, either.

I don't mean to sound all "gloom and doom," but, unfortunately, this will probably be my living situation for the next 6 months until everything is settled and I can get back on my feet again.

That's a shame, Steve. So sorry.
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My dinner last night was leftovers. It didn't feel worth mentioning.

To be honest, I really haven't felt much like cooking lately. I don't think I said anything here, but my wife and I have decided to separate after 20 years of marriage. Right now I'm living in an apartment with a crappy stove that doesn't exactly inspire great dinners. I would love to grill, since it's supposed to warm up this weekend, but alas, there is no grilling area here, either.

I don't mean to sound all "gloom and doom," but, unfortunately, this will probably be my living situation for the next 6 months until everything is settled and I can get back on my feet again.
So sorry, Steve!
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Old 02-18-2016, 12:50 PM   #20
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My dinner last night was leftovers. It didn't feel worth mentioning.

To be honest, I really haven't felt much like cooking lately. I don't think I said anything here, but my wife and I have decided to separate after 20 years of marriage. Right now I'm living in an apartment with a crappy stove that doesn't exactly inspire great dinners. I would love to grill, since it's supposed to warm up this weekend, but alas, there is no grilling area here, either.

I don't mean to sound all "gloom and doom," but, unfortunately, this will probably be my living situation for the next 6 months until everything is settled and I can get back on my feet again.
Steve, I am sorry to hear that.

oh, a friend dropped off a roasted chicken dinner and bottle of wine as a random act of kindness.
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