Hey It’s Jet Here.
So yesterday I caught you up on Tuesday night. Well, I thought Mom was this thing called rehabilitated and understood that she acted stingy with all the food in the house. Nope, here’s what happened next.
Wednesday – Auntie Liz arrived in the afternoon because my human sister, Rachel, invited her to go to the school play, Hello Dolly. Since Auntie Liz drove a long ways in traffic she told Mom either they could go for an early dinner or she would eat a banana. BANANA??? JJ and I had to watch as she meticulously (vocabulary builder) peeled the yellow fruit and broke off chunks to eat. Unlike Mom, Auntie Liz feels we need LOTS of treats and shared the last chunk of banana with JJ and me. She teased Mom that she would give us the Kit Kat bar stashed in her backpack if Mom didn’t promise to give us fun treats. Mom reminded Auntie Liz about the NO CHOCOLATE rule. Auntie Liz gave JJ and I a little wink.
Thursday – After dropping Rachel at school, Mom hit the grocery store by 7:30. She had four different groups to shop for: UMiami class, Rachel’s play (Rachel volunteered Mom to cook for the restaurant scene), Rachel’s friends after school/before the play, and our house. She returned with armfuls of bags filled with FOOD. She quickly assembled the tomato mozzarella salad and cut the carrots for the play and headed out to the Asian market for her UMiami class (1/2 Saudi Arabian dishes – ½ Chinese dishes).
Within ten minutes of returning home, she had chicken on the grill, potatoes boiling and the carrots in the pan awaiting their honey/mustard sauce. Did we get:
2 for 5 – You make the call.
A few hours later, Mom reloaded the majority of the groceries back into the car and whisked them off to UMiami. Did she bring any stir-fried beef home for old Jetty boy? UH UH… What am I, chopped liver???
On Friday, Mom’s schedule finally calmed down. We kept our usual evening rhythm; dinner, walk, dental treat. Mom surprised us with meaty bones. She made salads and gave us tidbits of pepper and cucumber, while she boiled two eggs for herself and two for JJ and I to eat today. Mom did all this as she spoke to my Nana.
Mom made one big mistake. She left the eggs, egg slicer, and crackers on the table and returned to the fridge to get her water. JJ inhaled 1 1/3 eggs in a nanosecond. To stay fair, she gave me the remainder of the egg and she peeled and ate our eggs.
Conclusion: Mom needs further treat giving rehab.
Another great and somewhat yummy day.