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Father's day is this coming weekend-what are you doing to honor dear old dad/grandpa/uncles/sons?

This year we will probably be going to my mom's for dinner, at least that's what I'm guessing.  Even though she's  doing better, my son-in-law has gone back to the graveyard shift and needs to leave for the Malibu facility (if you have to work ungodly hours, at least you see the sunrise at a beach!), our daughter and future daughter-in-law will probably be working until 6 and our son is also working until 5 at the earliest.  

So my parent's home is at least in a place where dad can't find a reason to drive (a continuing problem that we have yet to remedy) and Alex can still get his sleep and join us for a meal.  The girls will probably eat after we all do as they'll be about an hour away.

As you can tell, getting together and celebrating just about anything with our clan is getting more difficult by the day.

What will we be dishing up?  Since we did the "deli breakfast" for dinner on Mother's Day and it was a hit, my intuition tells me that we'll do a repeat on this for Sunday. Especially since the girls will be starved and it will be late.  

Since my dad loves my biscotti, I'll make a batch of it for him and I think I'll do some of my "too good to wait for breakfast breakfast cookies".  If our grandson's don't eat (not a problem with the youngest, but the older one is in the picky 2 year old stage) at least eating one of grandma's cookies will fill their tummies with delicious nutrition.

Friday, I'll do another repeat and give everyone the recipe for my Rosemary-Pepper Biscotti.


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