I’ve Made a Rash (and yet Delicious) Decision

I’ve made a rash decision and I’ve done so without discussing it with my husband.  I hope he understands but if he doesn’t, it’s really too late.  I hope it doesn’t do any permanent damage to our relationship but I feel as though it was a personal decision and I was ready.  It’s taken a few years to get here but I feel as though I’ve matured enough now and it’s time.

I signed up for the Fruit and Cheese of the Month Club.

I’m kind of excited.  Fruit of the Month seemed like a really big decision and I couldn’t do it.  But then I saw that I could get it with cheese and it was as though the whole world expanded.

With cheese, Fruit of the Month becomes educational.  I figure Harry and David will do all of the work matching what cheese goes best with what fruit and all I have to do is blend the two.  By the end of the year, I will know how to eat cheese and fruit TOGETHER.

I also feel as though this gives my children a hand up in the world.  They will grow up knowing what cheese goes best with what fruit.  Something I didn’t have at their age. Who knows what doors this may open?  I’m pretty sure it will help with the Harvard applications.  (Although truth be told, I’ve been flirting with Stanford lately.)

I will keep you updated.  I promise to share my new knowledge.  Otherwise it would really just be selfish.

I hope my husband understands.

Does it come cut up and dipped in chocolate too?

Does it come cut up and dipped in chocolate too?

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9 responses to “I’ve Made a Rash (and yet Delicious) Decision

  1. Trish Loye Elliott

    You always make me smile.
    Here’s to fruit and cheese. With this information you might just rule the world, or at least your neighbourhood.

    • Marianne Hansen

      This could totally make me entertainer of the year. I hadn’t thought of that. I promise to use my powers for good.

  2. Wait…cheese and fruit go together?!? Isn’t that like,

    ‟Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together… mass hysteria!”

  3. livrancourt

    You’re a brave, brave woman. Your children will thank you.
    😉

  4. Elena Aitken

    I would like you to bring some fruit and cheese to writing weekend. Although…we do have pretty tough fruit laws up here…you may get stopped at the border.
    But that could make for a fun story. 🙂

    • Marianne Hansen

      Yeah. Canada makes me paranoid. But I will bring the knowledge I obtain in the next 2 months w me

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