100 Words: What’s Cookin’ In Your Relationship Kitchen?
My daughter went to the kitchen to get a snack and returned crestfallen. “There’s nothing to eat,” she reported. “There are only ingredients.”
A love relationship is a kitchen full of sweet, savory, salty and spicy. I have ingredients (beliefs, personality, habits). You have ingredients, too. But how will they blend?
Are we good cooks? With what you’ve got and what I’ve got, will we create a wonderful saute? Will our relationship be sweet? Or will the cake fall?
Today, I’ve got anchovies and you — rocky road ice cream. This will be interesting.
It’s OK. There’s always another meal coming.
food, In Care of Relationships, ingredients, kitchen, Terri Crosby
I could hear Mac’s voice upon reading this,and it made me smile!
Oh those food and garden analogies are so perfect in my world.
Birds of a feather… yes, I seem to turn to the analogies I know best! I’m glad they match yours. You and I share a pretty darn good relationship kitchen, don’t you think?
I especially like the idea that there is always another “meal” coming!!
Yes, always another chance to come up with a good combo! Love you, Va!
Dr .Loden Rogers
I could hear Mac’s voice upon reading this, and it made me smile!
Oh, those food and garden analogies are so perfect in my world.thanks for sharing.