This morning after swimming I had two eggs and a bowl of cereal, which is pretty much standard. That was 7am, but now it’s noon and I wanted to find something un-standard to satisfy my hunger (and to power a lunchbreak nap). I’m not a huge banana fan, but after eating 4 lbs of strawberries yesterday (not by myself), something not red sounded pretty good.
I’ve never noticed a bunch of bananas that ripen so unevenly. Why would half be ripe while the other two are hard and green? Can anyone answer this? (The ripe one I ate was good. mmm…organic.)
Then I made a sandwich out of leftover crab cake that my dad bought for dinner last night, some spinach, tomato, and non-flour flax bread (it’s funny, they avoid using flour, but add cornstarch for a binder – that’s a bit silly). It was so good I took a picture.
I promise I’ll find something interesting to write about besdies spectroscopy. In the mean time, go read the blogs listed in my sidebar, like Greg’s, Loren’s, and Rory’s. Here’s a picture of the lowest tide of the year. (It smelled awful.)
For those paying attention, this post really didn’t have much pondering, and it’s tough to really call a sandwich and fruit pupus, but I like alliteration and couldn’t think of another short way to say I had an awesome lunch that was worth writing about.