I am feeling pretty full these days. I have engorged myself frequently on a guilt sandwich. Nothing like a guilt sandwich to make me feel deliciously bloated. I don’t normally share recipes but I think I’ll make an exception for this case.
Start with two slices of household guilt. This can be anything, like the dirty dishes, unfolded or dirty laundry, or a messy living room. It makes it even tastier when you have extra thick slices.
Spread the household guilt with some tangy blog guilt–worries over unread e-mails from blog friends, little to no time to comment on your favorite blogs, or not responding to comments. Remember, the more the better.
Now for the best part: family guilt. I usually double this. You have many options to choose from–unmade phone calls to siblings, arguments with your parents, no time for you spouse, and doubts about your mothering capabilities. I usually go for spousal and mothering guilt. I like it hearty.
Top this with the condiments of your choice. A slice of not keeping in touch with your friend here, a slice of unchecked tasks lists there, whatever suits your fancy.
Sprinkle this with some yummy self guilt.
Top all of this with the other half of your household guilt and you have yourself a delectable guilt sandwich.
I like to take humungous bites of this sandwich daily. And, the best part is, unlike other sandwiches, the more bites I take the bigger it gets!
Yes. I like me a big guilt sandwich.