You guys, today is my ten year anniversary at Fluid Pudding. Ten years. (This is where we started.) I wanted to do something really meaningful to celebrate a decade with you. Artistic nude photo? Yes! (No.) Video blog? My awkwardness is contagious! You didn’t come here to squirm! At the last minute, I decided to celebrate by creating something that I love.
I love burritos.
I took two slices of Muenster cheese and placed them (lovingly) on a Flatout. (When I SEE Flatout, I think “PHLAT out”. When I SAY Flatout, I say, “phlah TOOT.”)
I then sliced a SweeTango and placed the slices (passionately) on top of the cheese.
Finally, I rolled it up (as you do) and ate it.
Ten years. Some of you have been with me since before I was married.
You stuck with me during both pregnancies.
And both births.
You listened to me sing.
You dealt with my headaches and my eczema.
You don’t laugh when I fall down. You humor me when I knit stuff and when I sing songs about cake balls and when I make my dogs lick your face and when I stuff my own face with marshmallows.
You always make me feel like I’m exactly where I should be.
You know about Little Debbie Oatmeal Pies, right? Get this. I just learned that you can make oatmeal pie balls by smooshing up Little Debbie Oatmeal Pies, rolling them into balls, and dipping them.
They look just like cake balls on the outside, but when you bite into them, you are right back in elementary school and it’s snowing outside and your mom has a roast in the oven and Christmas is right around the corner.
They’re magical. And they take less than an hour to put together. And you don’t have to bake a cake. You don’t have to bake anything!
Instead of doing a giveaway for my ten year Fluid Pudding anniversary, I’d like to ask you to do something for me. Would you please leave a comment below so I know you’re still with me? I wouldn’t be here without you, you know.
The traditional ten year anniversary gift is tin. For that reason, I dedicate this song to you.