I put chicken on the grocery list. Jack bought some chicken.
We threw it in the freezer. A couple of weeks later my mom came over and I was wondering what I should make for dinner.
“You have chicken in the freezer, take it out to thaw, let me do it” she said. And so she did.
That same day, she went home cooked up a storm and sent us containers of food.
That evening we ate.
The chicken stayed in the fridge.
The next day, my mother in law sent us food. So again, the chicken stayed in the fridge.
The day after that, my mother came over again.
“The chicken is still here? You can’t keep it like this. You should at least marinate it. Let me do it” and so she did.
The day after that, we went over to my mom’s for supper. Yesterday my mother in law sent food with my sister in law and today….
Today my mother came over with a container of food; she opened the fridge and said “The chicken is still here? You can’t keep it like this, you should at least sautee it, let me do it” and so she did.
It’s now 10:55 pm and I’m finally having supper while I write this post.
If I have so much help and I’m having supper at this time I can only imagine how the moms feel who don’t have any help at all. Today I want to congratulate these mothers for everything they do for their families, give them the recognition they deserve and let them know that THEY are supermoms.