And then it stopped.
Sure, I had my list all written out.
And yet when it came to writing about goal number 7, it stopped.
So I left it for a while.
Until things became clear to me.
I don’t care too much about this goal.
At least not enough to write a blog post about it.
So how am I ever going to find the drive and energy to accomplish it?
So I dropped it.
The goal by the way, was to cook an awesome dinner on a regular basis.
I only spent a few moments thinking about why I had this goal in the first place.
And now I know it was some sort of guilt.
Guilt about not doing a lot in our household.
Guilt because so many men are chefs in their spare time.
Or at least they think are.
Me, I’d rather work a few more hours instead.
And have more fun than ever doing it.
So I’m leaving this one to others.
It’s like with boats.
I don’t want to be so rich so I can buy a sailing boat.
I want friends with a boat.
So I can go with them once in a while, and not have to worry about maintenance and storage.
If anybody reading this is interested in becoming a great Chef, let me know.
I still want to eat great food as often as possible.
Especially if it is prepared by great friends.
I am awaiting your invitation.
And I, I continue with goal eight.