Hello, and welcome my first multi-part entry. In my continued efforts to find ways to remember to maintain this increasingly crusty blog, I believe I have found a new tactic for success – multi-part entries. By attaching “Part I” to the title of any blog entry, I am essentially committing to follow-up entries. There may not be enough details to warrant a “Part II” for certain subjects, but if this is the case, I will edit titles accordingly I will make up false additions to stories and findings.
I find that I have been taking photos more often in the past few months with my cell phone camera. I have been discovering things and documenting them as necessary. The following is a selection of these discoveries:
I love bananas and Cheerios. I vividly remember the days when my mother cut up bananas and placed them into this treasure of a cereal. Needless to say, I am back on the largest kick since the 1980s.
I picked up Nutella on an impulse buy a few weeks ago. I had never had it before, and upon a recommendation from a friend, I acquired it. Once I had it, I was not sure what to do with it. Peanut butter seemed like the logical next step. I found that in my first rehearsal with Nutella, I had applied far too little peanut butter and far too much Nutella. The sandwich did not taste good. The next time, I will flip the formula and see if the second experience is better.
I have been ordering new audio gear from Sweetwater lately, and I found that they send along tiny candies in the shipping boxes. I am not sure where else to get free candy at this present time, so I will continue to order new items from Sweetwater.
Part II of this multi-part series of discoveries will continue tomorrow evening. Please enjoy.
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