Tuesday, October 17

Breakfast


That would be a chocolate chip-coconut scone and a tall soy chai... to go. (As I'm sure you can tell it's at my desk) From the Green Bean next door to Taproot.

~B.

7 comments:

  1. So how are you transmiting your pics to your blog? Pulling off your phone via cable? Emailing to yourself? Emailing to your blog? (Aren't picture sending phone charges expensive?)

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  2. I take a picture on my phone, then email it to the blogger mobile account I have. It publishes it automatically and then I add some changes when I get back to a computer.
    And when it comes to cost I already have a setup with T-mo to allow me to send w/ all the extra costs.

    ~B.

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  3. Anonymous3:36 PM

    Hmm...

    All those questions aside...I am more concerned about the "Sun-Maid Raisins" sitting just over the lip of the cup.

    Have these raisin's been eaten yet? Will they languish on this desktop? I REALLY WANT TO KNOW!

    Dan

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  4. Not to mention the book Adam really could have benefitted from--something about "proposal" there...

    Hey--that scone is sorely lacking fiber! Refined flour, chocolate chips, butter--a veritable wasteland of healthy eating. Those raisins, on the other hand, have some redeeming value.

    This is your mother--now finished evaluating your diet.

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  5. The box 'o raisins are there to offset my *coughnormallyhealthydietcough*. They are good snack food. (A little high in natural sugars maybe, but good non-the-less. I can only take so many carrots.

    ~Ben

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  6. "Hey--that scone is sorely lacking fiber! Refined flour, chocolate chips, butter--a veritable wasteland of healthy eating. Those raisins, on the other hand, have some redeeming value."


    LoL, that is totally my mom too.

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  7. Yeah, I always did like your mom, Tim. She's a great lady.

    I still picture you, though, as the little blond guy Ben used to play with when he was 3-8 years old. 'Guess it's time for my mind to allow you to grow up.

    And Adam was supposed to marry Kim. Ah well, some things just don't work out...

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