Yeah, I need to blog more. Trust, that will happen soon. But in the meantime, what did I deem worthy to post about this week?
Thanks to everyone who keeps coming by to check me out. And I’m surprised that “Harley Quinn” has suddenly become a major source of interest. Did I miss something? Help me out, people! Don’t forget, I’m also on the Twitter now! Tee hee!
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Back in my early days of NYC living, before I really knew better, I would eat breakfast every morning. Okay, allow me to rephrase — I would spend money on breakfast. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, as the kindergarten propaganda used to go, and growing up in the South with an old school mother, I had to eat breakfast every day. Old habits die hard.
And I love breakfast food — eggs, bacon, waffles, pancakes, even cereal, hot and cold. Farina FTW! Soon enough, however, I realized the folly of spending upwards of $10 on breakfast every single day. From slumming at McDonald’s to getting the bomb omelet from Theresa’s, my bank account was losing weight as I was getting fat. So I opted to stop spending money on restaurant food and to start cooking at home, and that’s what I did.
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