Not that that’s a bad thing, but I thought it would happen in a few decades
So when you guys are traveling and you don’t know what the food situation will be – OK – even when you know your sister in law is making meatballs and gravy, roast pork, cannoli dip, and a tray of chocolate-covered fruit, do you maybe Save A Little Something For Later?
Or am I the only one?
In my defense, the biscuits at the Homewood Suites in St. Augustine are divine. And it never hurts to have a banana, does it? And yogurt doesn’t spoil. I know this because for my first year as a Peace Corps volunteer, I did not have a refrigerator. I ate unrefrigerated yogurt yet I live.
Related: Marido gets all worried if cheese is getting old. I remind him that the entire point of cheese is a way to preserve milk without cold. Cheese can get old and still be edible. I am not dead yet.
Back to wrapping food in a napkin and putting it in my purse. Is that wrong?
WHAT IF I GET HUNGRY AND THERE’S NO FOOD AROUND?
Other than the candy I keep in my purse. WHAT THEN?