Thanks for all of your awesome comments on my Labor Day WIAW!
Happy Friday everyone! (Written on Friday Night, posted on Saturday morning… WHOOPS.)
And what a Happy Friday it is! Today I only had one class (Intro to Business… also my shortest!), it isn’t too hot (although it just started raining now… fine with me!) and I am geared up and ready for the weekend.
I’m not going home this weekend because: 1. It isn’t extended like with Labor Day. 2. I’m trying to go home only every other week. Space is good.
This morning I woke up bright and early at 6:00 am.
Read some blogs.
And made myself a ginormous bowl of quinoa porridge!
Then I read some articles for my class today, ate lunch, and then headed out to talk with my professor before class.
Tonight I don’t have much planned except going to eat with one of my friends.
Tomorrow and Sunday is going to be jam-packed with an Arts Festival, homework, homework, homework, homework (4 classes worth) and episode 5 of Sherlock on Sunday night.
As I mentioned before, I read a lot of blogs this morning, and one was somewhat new-ish to me. I’ve read it before, but not on a daily basis. It was Beyond-Bananas. Such a great name. And looking through her past posts like the good little bloggity-stalker I am, I happened upon this awesome idea: Childhood Food Favorites.
Here is my version:
When I Was A Child…
1. I loved Scooby Doo.
I may or may not have had a Scooby Doo Birthday Party that you can read about on my old blog (???).
2. Pokemon was awesome.
Add to that Power Rangers, Digimon, Yugioh and Dragon Ball Z and you have basically got my Saturday mornings.
For a little girly flair, I also watched…
3. My favorite combo was Keebler and the Olsen Twins.
Let me explain before you start going off on some rampant/crazy notions. One of my favorite treats as a youngster were the Keebler Fudge Sticks Peanut Butter Cookies.
OH MY LANTAS!
And then I would lounge on the floor, rereading The New Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley: The Case of the Cheerleading Camp Mystery. Most of the time I actually read this book by the door, so if anyone were to come in I could quickly hide the Keebler cookies.
I was a sneaky one.
4. Wild Watermelon Pop-Tarts
Do you remember these? Maybe not because they discontinued them, but they were the best! Like, even better than Frosted Wild Berry.
5. Furbies may have been the best/worst thing ever created.
This post has got me thinking of all my favorite childhood food that I will never be able to eat again! I’m thinking a WISH-LIST food page is in order. I’ll make a list of my old favorites, and then
slowly overtime I will recreate them to be healthier and allergy-free. WHAT-DO-YOU-THINK?
Tell me at least one of your favorites: childhood favorite food, tv show and toy.
What are your plans for the weekend?