You're darned right!!!
You got that right......It looks so gooooooooood......
We just had a Whole Foods open in our area...went gaga at the dessert case, it was like a French pastry house!! Sampled about 6 or 7 little goodies....no shame...you are in good company. Life is too short and who craves celery anyway?? You go girl
I remember calling my mom once, shortly after my family had moved away and I stayed in Washington, to tell her that I was eating Cookie Crisp for breakfast... and how good it was. She just laughed at me and asked if I was enjoying my new-found freedom to eat sugary cereal for breakfast. (and yes, yes, I was.)XOXO
It was Papa's birthday this week,so we got to have cheesecake for breakfast here!! The kids were thrilled. Hum...I've also heard that teenage is the best time too. Pffee!! I'm happy it's not true.
I'm eating strawberry cake for breakfast right now. ;)
We made apple strudel last night and had it for breakfast as well. . . because we can. :) I will say though that I do believe that every magical and charmed adulthood has it's roots FIRMLY planted in childhood. The sourest pusses I know all have forgotten how to play, laugh and live as if time was not our concern. . . Would you agree?
Nicolas: I don't know. My childhood wasn't very magical at all. It was rather smelly and downright awful at times. I'm glad to be a grown-up who escaped and learned to cherish silliness and magic despite the childhood I was given. That all sounds a little depressing... hmmm... I am sorry about that. Perhaps I should just say that the most charmed lives that I am aware of are lived with a sense of humour, kindness and large dose of curiosity and wonder. Now I sound like a big sap :) Anyway, I hope the strudel was nice... now I'm craving some!
No, not depressing at all in fact, rather encouraging. I stand corrected. . . though you are now the only one I know to have found such magic later in life and snare it so wholeheartedly in spite of that early darkness. I do know many with charmed, creative lives who came through such experiences... but what you possess and share is something rarely seen and presented with such passion and grace through your creations. It is, at least for me, the makings of pure magic and humbling to know it came to you in later years. I hope I did not offend in any way. If so, well I owe you a chocolate cake then. :)
No offense taken at all... but you can still owe me chocolate cake ;)