I’ve had a very breakfasty kind of day in the eats department, which is a-ok by me. For lunch I toasted up a couple slices of this Pepperidge Farms 100% Natural 100% Whole Wheat Bread.
I was searching through the loaves at the store today, looking for bread that didn’t have high-fructose corn syrup in it. I didn’t even have to read the label on this guy – it says it right on the front of the package. Nice!
Two hearty slices entered the toaster…
And exited a couple minutes later.
Smeared with a generous dollop of Trader Joes Almond Butter,
It was the perfect lunch!
This bread is awesome. It’s 100% whole wheat, a good source of fiber and is very hearty. I was full and satisfied after eating this dee-lish combo of whole grains and protein packed almond butter. Whoopee!
After lunch I hunkered down to finish Dan Brown’s The Last Symbol! If you like his other books, you’ll definitely like this one – it’s very similar to The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons, etc. So, if you dug those, you won’t be disappointed with The Lost Symbol! Now I’m on the hunt for another good read…any suggestions?
After wrapping up my book and getting my Sunday afternoon Hills fix on tv (I miss the original cast!) my stomach started growling…I knew exactly what I wanted. Cheerios!
Awww – I haven’t had Cheerios in ages! They make me smile. Especially MultiGrain Cheerios, which have that hint of sweet that I love so much.
I paired mine with some skim milk and a sliced banana. Grandpa style. My Grandpa had a sliced banana and milk every morning.
Whoops – ‘Os overboard!
I had to photograph quickly as there is nothing worse than soggy cereal!
I munched away wrapped up in TWO blankets on the couch. Despite the thermostat reading 71 degrees, this house feels like an ice box!
I’m staying put for a brand new America’s Funniest Home Videos (love those montages!) and Desperate Housewives (totally forgot about that show until I saw a commercial for it yesterday…)
Have a great – and warm – night everyone. Talk to you tomorrow!
Do you like soggy cereal? Furthermore, do you drink the milk?
If it’s soggy, I have to start fresh. Soggy makes me gag! Even typing the word ‘soggy’ makes me naeusous! And no, I cannot drink the milk…it gets too warm.