The looming question 

The weekends are very laid back, not a structured outline for each day as the week days are. So there is always the looming question, the What’s for dinner? Question. Oh boy, what a question it is. 

Everybody in this house is very loud and opinionated and love to voice their thoughts, but when it come to thee question I always hear I don’t know! But let me make a suggestion and everyone says eeeewww or no way! 

So as I sit here this evening, that dark cloud is over my head again….humm…where should we go for dinner tonight? 

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11 Responses to The looming question 

  1. Lori Sheroan says:

    Same question at my house…oh, how I dread it. I can certainly relate to this slice. Slice…hmmm, pizza it is!

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  2. mbhmaine says:

    That’s “What for dinner?” question casts a long, dark shadow in our house too! It’s amazing how difficult it can be to manage a dinner that satisfies everyone. Thanks for sharing but now you have me wondering….what’s for dinner here?

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  3. I think this must be true everywhere! That’s the question I have right now, in fact!

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  4. newtreemom says:

    Oh, this sounds so familiar! But tonight i am cooking Sticky Chinese Chicken, a recipe I found in a magazine a long time ago. It’s my daughter’s favorite and never gets the dreaded ewww…no.

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  5. LSquared says:

    I have avoided that very conversation with my 87 year old mom who lives with me. I’d rather get leftovers out or just do what I want in the kitchen than have the nose-wrinkling and shrugging “I dunno.” A real slice of life post. Thanks!

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  6. lynnjake says:

    Funny you should ask. We went out to dinner last night, so I feel that I should cook something tonight, but. I don’t want to, not at all. So…where should we go to dinner tonight?! I vote pizza.

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  7. elsie says:

    Years ago I wrote about that very same topic, it really annoys me. So I decided that I no longer told what was for dinner. If I’m the only one deciding, you will just be surprised when you get to the table. I hate making the decision of what to eat.

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  8. I hate, hate, hate having to figure out dinner plans. Sundays are the worst because I go grocery shopping and I have to sit there and think about what I’m going to make for the week. Terrible! I didn’t even eat dinner tonight. I fed Lily and now I’m up here reading. I couldn’t even try to think about what to order/make/eat tonight!

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  9. BSoltero says:

    Oh the dreaded question!!! Thankfully I’m single and don’t have any kids so I don’t have to deal with that quite yet…unless it’s the question I’m asking myself!

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  10. Lori says:

    My rule, you say “no”, then you must suggest something!

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  11. Cathy Thompson says:

    That is definitely THE question! Then when we decide to go out to eat, it’s WHERE? Same problem with that one!

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