This is a picture of my husband making the eggscellent everyday eggs for me. It started this fall when he began making two eggs instead of one for his breakfast each morning. I would stumble into the kitchen and see an egg and eat it. Wa-la -- how easy is that!?! It was great. After a few months, I got tired of eggs and asked him to stop. I wanted to eat other things for breakfast, too.
But then, I began being overwhelmed and grumpy and easy to snap at the children. When I would look at the clock, it would be 10 or 11 o'clock in the morning and I hadn't yet had a thing to eat. And so I have gone back to the everyday egg plan. It has been so helpful to have protein right away when I wake up.
It has also helped my attitude on what I am served to eat. I am more flexible and thankful for food in front of me that I didn't have to prepare. It is just one less decision to make. Hubby has made the mistake of occasionally asking me how I would like my egg if I am in the kitchen when I stumble in before he makes it. But I really just want him to decide. Another new discovery for the hubby & I. Just decide. The one with lots of preferences really does have the preference for someone else to decide -- sometimes.