It’s 10 pm on Valentine’s Day. The house is clean and quiet, and as I sit here thinking back on our day, I wonder how my husband’s day went in the restaurant. We talked once before the dinner rush started at 4 pm and I look forward to the call from him saying he’s on his way home and that the night went well.
While many holidays are difficult for me being married to a chef, Valentine’s Day is not one of them. Valentine’s Day is CRAZY BUSY in the restaurant, so the thought of going out that evening is not appealing. So if my husband was off, we would be home, choosing to celebrate on another evening. But since that will never happen (at least I hope not as that would probably mean he was unemployed), here I sit in a quiet house by myself (with 3 sleeping children). (more…)
It’s almost here. The day we’ve all be waiting for. The day we celebrate our love for each other . . . oh wait . . . the person we love is a chef and is working tomorrow night (and tonight and all the days around Valentine’s Day).
So what does Valentine’s Day mean to many chef wives and significant others?
A night alone.
Yep. That pretty much sums it up. It stinks. I know. (more…)
Today, I’m linking up with a few other blogs over on The Hallway, (a lifestyle blog written by fellow chef wife Shannon Hall). It’s just a fun way to get to know others and to let our readers know a bit more about us.
So here’s a bit about what’s been going on in the life of this chef wife lately:
What I loved about the past week:
My chef/husband being around more to help with the kids. That might not seem like a big deal to many, but it was a rough week and it was really helpful to have him home a few evenings for support! It was nice to not feel like I was parenting alone! (Sigh of relief!!) (more…)
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