Last Saturday night, we decided to get out of the house and pick up dinner at our local kid-friendly restaurant. My son had been recovering from a tonsillectomy for the past week, and he told us he was finally feeling good enough to leave the house, which couldn't have come at a better time since I was going a bit stir crazy.
We settled in for our booth and as an appetizer, we ordered a basket of their famous fries. We were having a celebration of sorts, so why not, right? When the server finally came to take our dinner order, my kids both ordered the spaghetti, one with red sauce and one with butter. The server turned to them and asked, "Are fries okay with that?"
To which I butted in and replied, "No, fries are not okay." I had to catch myself because I was on the verge of sounding like one of those crazy control-freak moms, I realize this. So I gently backed down and asked what other options they had.
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