So this takes place a few weeks Before Wedding, which seems to recently be the way I chronicle my life at the moment, B.W. (Before Wedding) and B.C. (Ball and Chained). The latter being a joke between Husband and I because we're sort of hand flitting away that concept that everything is supposed to be different now that we're married because it just is apparently. The thing is that it's not - everything is the same as before we were wed except now we have a lot of thank you cards to write and matching silverware that is just bomb to look at.
Our life is surprisingly easy. For me at least. I don't have to put up with me and that makes it easier.
But we are good hubbies. We share chores, we talk things through, we discuss important topics like finances, voting, careers and where to bury that squirrel that committed harakiri in the tomatillo plant. There are no surprises. (We suspected the squirrel was bipolar for months and turned away help from his fellow squirrels.) At least, not the bad kind.
We're financially well-prepared for most anything that might come. Well, we're comfortable, at least. If my car suddenly implodes on itself as I suspect it will the moment I let my guard down I don't have to stress too hard about getting a new one assuming said implosion doesn't kill me in a fiery, wrought-steel hell cage on the Business 80.
The last time I saw him was to pick up a check to put a ding in the repulsive amount of money he owed me. I walked into his apartment, which was engulfed in a toxic cloud of meth smoke. Eat Beast and Cid were tripping balls on secondhand psychoactive drugs. In retrospect it's actually rather fascinating watching one cat scream at the wall while another frantically tries to cope with what I assume were invisible rodents.
Note: These waffles don't get super-crisp, just somewhat so. You can use this batter for pancakes as well, I suppose, but I haven't tried it.
Mix together the dry ingredients in a bowl. In another bowl mix together the bananas and all the liquid ingredients. Combine the two and whisk together until just combined. Easy, right? Pop 1/2 cups-fuls onto a hot waffle maker and cook until the waffles stop steaming. Drown in syrup or jam or whatnot and destroy the waffles at the table. Awesome.