My husband’s grandfather has always amazed
He is our navy man, computer savy, duct tape selling, all around incredibly loving and nice guy.
The first time I met Gramps it was around my future in-laws kitchen table, but a few times later I was invited over to Gramps and G.G.’s for breakfast.
Who was behind the kitchen counter? Gramps was, wearing his apron and his chef’s hat, oh how he loves to wear silly things. Gramps whipped up a batch of his waffles and even threw in a few eggs or two on the side. You could see the love pouring out of the bowl into the hot pan. You could hear the playful chatter between Gramps and his family. It was an amazing meal, the first of many.
Every weekend, we try to re-create Gramps’ ritual of waffle making. Who wouldn’t want to?
Waffles symbolize for me, such joy and an amazing time together as a family.
Thanks Gramps for passing on this ritual to our family. Plus the maple syrup and peanut butter on top isn’t too bad either. (Yup, I said peanut butter!)
4 thoughts on “Be a Waffler”
Peanut butter? I’m trying that one!
Have you ever eaten raspberry jam and cheese on toast? There’s another good one!
It’s a trick! Lets see if we can get the funny blog guy to eat Honey and Mustard on his pancakes…
Hahaha… you are funny! Don’t forget to write a post once you try it!!