I hate that question "what's for dinner?"
- I haven't been able to hold anything down in a week.
- I have no appetite.
- I haven't made it to the grocery store.
- I don't have the energy to shower much less cook.
But when the cupboards are bare because for the last 2weeks I've said "I'll get groceries tomorrow, I'm sure I'll feel better. Tomorrow." my "tomorrow" just isn't happening.
Tonight my amazing hubby, after a two hour commute home from working all day says "let's do it tonight" the relief and guilt wash over me in waves!
The cupboards are no longer bare! A lot of quick and easy dinners are accessible without having to find the elusive energy needed to shower and go to the store.
I hate that my hubby has to do things like this for me, but I am so blessed that he does them without getting upset. He never makes me feel like I'm a burden. I love that man.
Shout out to the amazing people in our lives who love us Spoonies unconditionally! 💜 thank you!
Now I still don't like the "what's for dinner" subject, who does? But for me, its a question that instantly makes me feel guilty; was I well enough to cook at all, was I well enough to cook something good for my family, did the brain fog mess up another dinner, did cooking cause to much pain for me to want to eat- this list goes on and on. I apologize way to much it seems, when it comes to this topic.
Anyway roast in the crock pot~ it's what's for dinner! 💜