Soggy waffles

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Watering can design courtesy Smith & Hawken. Watering can price courtesy Target.

I’m tough to please in the morning. I. Am. Not. An. Egg. Person. Yuck! Always hated them. I have to say that I’ve never met anyone else who feels that way. I can’t stand the smell, taste or texture. Which leaves me with what, you might ask? Well, yummy things like pancakes, waffles and french toast. But there are only so many days in a row one wants to eat these types of breakfast foods. This morning I’d already had one waffle too many. And by the time I arrived at the last portion, the Aunt Jemima had soaked right in, leaving me with a mushy, tastless hunk of toaster-ized waffle. It’s just not right to start out a beautiful Friday on that note. Luckily Angie served up some Starr Puff donuts during our meeting. (Yes, it was a nutritious way to begin my day. Do you have a problem with that?)

One thought on “Soggy waffles”

  1. Yep. Eggs are the “egg”ceptional breakfast treat. How can you not like something that was warmly cared for in the uterus of a chicken and loviningly expelled for your enjoyment. I don’t understand how one can be so ugrateful. Well, I’ll have a talk with D. Scott over here and we’ll take care of this little issue. Good day,
    Dave

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