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Dinner Presentation

He: “I’m home!”

She: “Just in time. Dinner’s on the table.”

He: “You’re expecting me to shoo it off?

She: “No, I’m expecting you to eat it.”

He: “And what is ‘it’?”

She: “Meatloaf.”

He: “But we haven’t gone anyplace! Certainly not on business.”

She: “Yes?”

He: “So you’re serving me conference food?”

She: “Of course. Your conference is with me. In your own home. We meet, and then you loaf.”

He: “You’ve been shopping for shoes, haven’t you?”

She: “Shoes?”

He: “Didn’t you just tell me you wanted me to meet loafers?”

She: “I’d tread lightly on that if I were you.”


  1. That was a funny dialogue, lol. BTW we eat meatloaves in my house all the time, children chew them better, lol. Anna ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. .
    Congratulations for making an edible meatloaf. I haven’t had a homemade meatloaf for several years. Our Cracker Barrel makes fairlyi decent ones. Mrs. Jim could make ones like my mom used to make if shou would. If she would. ๐Ÿ™‚ Oh yes, your diaglog was pretty neat too! Keep it up, Amoeba. Quilly, enjoy those new shoes.

    I like your garden. I liked last year’s also. This year I might get an herb garden going, maybe. I am glad you are getting prescription sun glasses. I hope that helps your situation. For sure it will keep your eyes useful for more time. The sun is hard on eyes. For me sun glasses are one of the things I can use to delay macular degeneration.

  3. I made a meatloaf for the first time a few weeks ago. It was good, but not something Iร‚ยจd make too often…. ๐Ÿ™‚

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