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I was very nervous because my tiny townhouse was full of hungry people people withvery different personalities backgrounds and families who were now brought together as onefamily my family They were all counting on me to present them with a feast that was just asappealing to the eye as it was to the pallet I did not think that I would make it through thisMy mother and her husband they had only been living with me since they moved down tobe closer to me seemed to be everywhere I turned My Mother and I fought the whole day overhow to cook things Of course being a Mom she thought she knew best but this was my dinnerMy mother in law who had cooked for me on several occasions including holidays wasobserving almost like she was waiting for me to make a mistake I like this gray hairedsomewhat slouched but spry elderly lady She tried very hard to cook great meals and I have hadmuch worse but I began to understand why my husband like my cooking better He rediscovereddishes like chicken n dumplings stuffed peppers and country fried steak only to make sure hestated Please dont tell my Mom that I ate that Now I wondered if she would secretly talkMy sister-in-law who was also named Debbie was cute nice slim and smart she arrivedwith her Mom Although very different from her brother they shared a close but yet distantrelationship I always wondered if she even liked meMy husbands best friendex-partner showed up eventually He usually showed up lateand was always in a hurry He was in he early fifties bachelor and thought of himself assomewhat of a ladies man He was a smooth talking retired police officer who loved his toys somuch he had to work full time as an off duty police officer plus his pension to pay for them Ithink that he also used the uniform as a babe magnet I
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