Strong like bull, smart like tractor
Team MTBNJ Halter's
i would have liked to seen them win one more game. then lose.
i hope that fool doesn't fire torre.
this morning i had two eggs on a whole wheat pita. that's good living.
i dont know this silly "old" joke...:hmmm:
I can't go a single day without breakfast. The fastest will be a bowl of cereal but I often cook something.
Breakfast is one of my favorite meals, along with lunch and dinner. Sorry to even mention it. I'm sure it was a letdown. I'll let you know what I had for breakfast tomorrow, tomorrow. But it'll be today then.
I wasn't letdown, im easily amused. And I am waiting to hear what you had for breakfast, I had a banana.
steak and eggs, perfect together. i didn't get up early enough for eggs, but the breakfast references inspired me to go food shopping last night, (during the thunderstorm) so that i could prepare proper meals for me to have during the work days-including hard boiled eggs, salads, fruit, cheeses, GREEN GOODNESS (yum), organic peanut butter, bottles of water, and organic dark chocolate- amongst other things.
We've gone off the deep end with fruit. I know, I know, your health is priceless but we just go and grab anything we think we want. When we got home from the food store last week we realized the 6 peaches we bought were 9 stinking dollars!!!
I love dark chocolate. I buy the 1 pound bars at Trader Joe's.
You know I remember hearing about the bees at some point, but there are so many sensational media stories I just tuned it out. I googled it and see a Nat Geo article from 2004 and an NPR article from 2006. Then there's the wikipedia article on pollinator decline. Exciting stuff there.
I searched the news and it seems the mite comes up with a lot of searches.
Good thoughts about food prices though. Almond butter is through the roof, but then it's always been expensive.
As an aside (to this off-topic aside), the peaches were ok, not worth $1.50 a pop. The oranges I got were downright amazing though.