JD'na By: JD'na

You Don't Drink, You Don't Smoke...

...what do you do?

 

I don’t drink, I don’t do drugs, I don’t smoke, and I don’t eat meat…except for Saturdays. (Please don’t make that dirty…I beg you…). Seeing that sentence, you might be doing one of two things…singing Adam Ant or if you’re too young for that reference, asking what do I do. Answer: I eat cereal.

 

I have always loved cereal. I haven’t always loved milk…but that was because I didn’t know I was lactose intolerant. I rationalized that I just hated milk…not that my body just couldn’t handle it. My earliest cereal memory is sitting Indian style in our living room in the Philippines (country drop!) with a big bowl of Capt’n Crunch with the Smurfs on the TV. The Smurfs are…google it… continued

 

This is a part of the "Here, There and Everywhere" project I'm doing with my best friend and sister Shaddai at www.impulsentric.com

 

Day 135 of 365

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  • Eric Hall 5y

    I've also always loved cereal as well. But I on the other hand, have NEVER liked milk at all. As a result of my extreme disdain for milk, I have always eaten cereal dry. My favorite cereals are, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Frosted MIni-Wheats, Honey Nut Cheerios, and Cocoa Puffs. Are the cereals featured in this pic your favorites?
  • JD'na 5y

    Apple Jacks are one of my favorites...The Blog should answer your question more! Click continued and have fun!
  • Eric Hall 5y

    Jalon, how did you create that hyperlink on your last comment? Just wondering.
  • JD'na 5y

    I keep trying to put it in as a comment, but it thinks I'm putting a code in...you're best bet is to google it...it's a simple code!
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