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I think I have already mentioned that my boyfriend has a lot of brothers. Here’s a story about another one of them. Levi is two years older than my boyfriend and four years older than the youngest, but he’s still a bit childish. Don’t get me wrong. Levi is kind and he grew up to be a gentleman, but he still hasn’t found his calling. He works different jobs because he doesn’t know what he wants in life. He also hasn’t had a steady girlfriend in years because he is not sure if he can commit to anyone and he doesn’t want to cause anyone pain because of his indecisiveness. He visits us sometimes and stays over so he has become close to me. He’s like the older brother that I never had since my real brother is two years younger than me. I am always worried about him and hopes that one day, he will find what he is looking for.
I remembered that one time when he stayed over and cooked for us. He decided that it would be shepherd’s pie for dinner. However, we didn’t have potatoes available at the moment so he had to make do with the sweet potatoes that were on the vegetables rack. His accidental sweet potato shepherd’s pie tasted great. What a sweet accident, isn’t it? I hope such a “sweet accident of fate” would happen to him too. And soon.
Photo and recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker.
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