Good morning. I have a statement to read. I will then take questions. Please hold your questions until after the statement is read. Thank you.
Operation Breakfast was commenced this morning at oh eight fifteen hours. Walnuts made an initial landing, followed by cranberries, raisins, sunflower kernels, pumpkin seeds, and muesli. Greek yogurt provided cover.
The breakfast took approximately four minutes to make and eight minutes to consume. Follow-up operations included eating a banana and brewing a cup of coffee.
Was it organic?
Yes, everything was specified to be organic.
What was the flavor of the yogurt?
I’ll need to get back to you on that.
How much yogurt was used?
I’m not sure, it was about a quarter cup, I think.
Were the walnuts whole or pieces?
Were the sunflower seeds roasted?
No, the kernels weren’t roasted.
Follow up. What about the pumpkin seeds? Were they roasted?
No, the kernels and seeds were raw.
Were the walnuts roasted?
No, the walnuts were also raw.
How many cranberries were employed?
Was it less than a quarter of a cup?
I believe so, yes.
Where did you get the cranberries?
From Trader Joe’s. Any other questions? Thank you. Good day.
Warm breeze strokes
memories of being
elsewhere with life
as dozing thoughts ramble
napping breath steadies
and cat purrs
Saw an article today: “Friends Creator Marta Kauffman Tearfully Says She ‘Didn’t Do Enough’ for Diversity”.
No kidding, right? Black characters were few on that show. Past that, though, I thought, now there’s a timely sitcom: “Diversity Fail”. It would be about all the ways that diversity fails, and would feature a diverse cast, not just of races, but sexual identities and genders, sexual preferences and fluidity, and religion. It’d be a broad, rambling show focused on one person struggling to grasp it all without offending everyone. I’m thinking it’s more like “Fleabag” than “Friends”, though.
Got to stop thinking about it. It’s a distraction to the novel in progress. I’m already distracting myself with side stories trying to understand my characters. Gotta get more coffee. Then it’s back to writing like crazy, at least for a while longer.
We’ve begun “Dream Garage”, the name of the challenge of jigsaw puzzle #11.
It is a challenge. We love the bright, vivid colors, and detailing, but man oh man, I dislike the weird, uneven shapes. That’s really turned me off.
Anyway, it’s begun. It’ll probably be July before we finish the 1,000 piece beast.