It’s not what you think. I can explain.

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Some time after the kids had been playing outside my bedroom window, I walked into my room, looked out the window, and saw something that made me freeze, back up slowly, and call down the hallway, “Girls? Could you come here a moment?”

Then, pointing, “What. Is that?”

“We were making mud food,” one responded. “It’s a mini croissant.”

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“Mini croissant”

Of course it is.

I felt the need to warn my husband when he got home from work. “When you go into our room, just know it’s a mini croissant.” He looked at me, puzzled, then continued on his way. A moment later I heard him laughing.

You never know what you’re going to find here at Chez Kerekes.

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34 responses »

  1. You know me, I always have a great comment for you, but today….. I am left speechless on this one. I have sooo many questions to ask on the photo that I see, that it is probably better left un-asked.

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