Third Weekend on Campus (Nostalgia!)

Thanks for all of your awesome comments on my Labor Day WIAW!

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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.

Congratulations Kath!

And made myself a ginormous bowl of quinoa porridge!

Directions to come later!

Delicious.

Then I read some articles for my class today, ate lunch, and then headed out to talk with my professor before class.

Source: google.com via Madison on Pinterest

 

 

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.

Source: google.ie via Madison on Pinterest

 

 

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.

Source: piccsy.com via Hailey on Pinterest

 

 

For a little girly flair, I also watched…

 

 

3. My favorite combo was Keebler and the Olsen Twins.

What?

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.

I’m serious.

5. Furbies may have been the best/worst thing ever created.

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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?

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