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Mark is in technical sales and many-most days he either is taking a customer out for lunch or is being taken out to lunch by a vendor. Mark’s job is all about relationships (and a little math and science) and food and relationships go hand in hand. So unless Mark comes home for lunch, I bear no responsibility for his lunchtime meal.
If Mark comes home for lunch he joins us for whatever is on our lunch menu for the day. Otherwise, we’ll heat up some leftovers for him.
Since Mark spends much of his day in the car and occasionally skips lunch when his day doesn’t go as intended, he enjoys it when I remember to have the car stocked with simple, not-too-quickly-perishable (’cause who knows how long they will sit in the car before being eaten) snacks. Some of my basics are:
- Homemade granola bars
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