To Bend Or Not To Bend? And Books!


Today for breakfast we had peanut butter toast with a sliced banana and a drizzle of local honey…and here is the key…we had it on unbendable whole grain seedy toast. It’s very crumbly…the toast…it leaves seeds and crumb debris everywhere…thus the big white plates. But when you take a bite…the bread does not bend! I like unbendable pizza slices, too, but that’s hard to find here.

This bread is from Giant and makes the best unbendable everything. Top it with an egg…spread it with avocado…put a tomato slice and bacon on top or just a tomato slice. You will still have perfect “unbendy” bites every single time!


Reading this…I have not read enough to know how I feel.



“[Thorpe’s] second novel, which blends the cultural history of The Tiger’s Wife with the madcap energy of Dave Eggers, just might be her breakout book…. Takes readers on a father-daughter road trip to Lithuania, where 17-year-old Vera and her father, Lucas, ponder the meaning of family and the way past mistakes and family history can seep into the present.”


We shall see.
And…at night on my Kindle…I am reading and loving this one…same book…two covers…a US one and a UK one.
That’s all I have…spending the next few hours cleaning and organizing…then a lunch break!





16 thoughts on “To Bend Or Not To Bend? And Books!

  1. Laurel-Rain Snow says:

    I love peanut butter and bananas together…I used to mix the bananas in the peanut butter for my kids when they were little.

    I enjoy toast, too.

    The Girls is one I have, and I'll be reading it closer to the release date.


  2. DMS says:

    I like certain foods to have an unbend-able crust. 🙂 I am okay with certain crusts being flexible, it depends on what I am eating. Like the sound of your breakfast!


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