Not easily fooled
Yesterday I had a lovely afternoon of shopping and enjoyed the best dinner ever with two of my friends.

What was Nick doing while I was away? Why, he was cleaning the entire house, raking the yard and doing all of our laundry.

Don't get me wrong, I appreciate it immensely, but I have a feeling he’s saving up points so that he can cash them in at a later date.


Blogger littlemissy555 said...

Glad you had a nice dinner. Your man is totally kissing butt. I think they all do that from time to time ;0)

Blogger L Sass said...

I'm sort of embarrassed to say that in my relationship, I am usually the one trying to stealthily wrack up points.

Anonymous LaLa said...

Well. I am officially jealous.

I have neither a man to rack up points or a restaurant that features so much melted cheese.

Perhaps I should contact them about opening one of these in Australia.

Anyway, just because he is racking up points doesn't necessarily mean you will allow him to use them right? :)

Blogger Carrisa said...

Oh he's totally racking up the points to save and use for a later date. But since I don't know Nick that well... I can't say what he will use them for.

I can say that Melting Pot is devine. I went once for my sister's rehearsal dinner. Sadly two things keep me from being able to go back

1) It's pretty pricey
2) My husband hates cheese

Reason #2 is really the dominant reason there. It's really hard to justify throwing down that kind of money for a meal when there's an entire course my husband won't touch. But if we were to go and skip the cheese course? I think I would cry. A lot.

I need to find some excuse for me and my sister to go there I guess.

Blogger Angela said...

And if that doesn't have you convinced, check out what he did just one day earlier. On a Saturday night. On St. Patrick's Day.

MAJOR points for not only babysitting with me, but also for making my heart just melt watching the two of them.

After this weekend, I'll probably let him cash in his points for just about anything! More video games? Sure. A new car? Of course!

Anonymous Colleen said...

Wow! I'm impressed. My husband won't even break out the dish towel for some much needed points! Good job Nick!

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