One year ago, I married Mr. K.
After 12 years together, I worried that we would skip the newlywed stage and there would be nothing exciting or new about being married. Luckily, that didn’t happen. Even after a whole year, we still get giddy calling each other “my wife” or “my husband.” And it’s been amusing and fun discovering life together as a married couple.
For 12 years, Mr. K was a good boyfriend, but he’s been an even better husband. I won’t bore you with the mushy stuff.
I haven’t yet gotten around to posting all of our honeymoon trip to Europe last year. I hope to get to them eventually, but I wanted to share a story of one of a moment we had in Italy.
Mr. K is a big fan of frozen burritos. Every once in a while, he can’t resist grabbing a pack when we are grocery shopping. But the outcome is always the same: he fills the freezer with his burritos, eats a few, and then stops eating them because they cause pimples.
Recently we tried out Red’s All Natural burritos which I hoped would be a cure to his problem. According to the packaging, these clean burritos are all natural, no preservatives, non-GMO, etc. I’ve always thought it was the preservatives and other unhealthy ingredients used in the frozen burritos that caused the break outs, so I was hoping these would be both enjoyable and healthier for him.
A week ago, I read news announcing the release of Wendy’s premium burger which is served on a toasted pretzel bun. I love pretzel buns. I had read a few months ago that Wendy’s would be releasing a pretzel bun burger so as soon as I saw that it was now available, I headed to my local Wendy’s.
The cheeseburger with a single patty is slightly under $5.00. At first, I was a little taken aback about the price, but then when I got home and opened my burger, I could understand it. Not only is the burger served on a toasted pretzel bun, but the inside has bacon, spring greens (instead of iceberg lettuce), Wendy’s famous smokey honey mustard sauce, and fresh onions, tomatoes.