Ajax Bell

Hocine bibo aut in eum digitos insero?

HIJK

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The real problem with America is portable breakfast foods. In Europe I can go down to the corner and get a lovely croissant of sorts filled with spinach and cheese or a delicious meat-filled pasty. In the US I go to a coffee shop and it’s all cake, overly sweet muffins and doughnuts. Also there are not enough good savory treats widely available. Chips are good, but I want more options. Nutrition bars and such should come in salty or savory flavors not just sweet ones.

More importantly HOLS IS IN THE HOUSE!!! Yes, she arrived today, while I was at work. The J & K household is now the H, J & K household. Starting today everything is new again! WHEEEE! I guess we need a pet who’s name starts with “I”??? HIJK…

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5 thoughts on “HIJK

  1. Yay! I am glad that she made it. Now, between the three of you, you’ll be like a(n) (in)complete set!

  2. Yay!

    Also, next time you are in Portland, OR, try Three Lions Bakery – I get my breakfast there every day and they have meat stuffed croissants made right there. I imagine they are delicious, saythe the vegetarian. 🙂 And they do bill themselves as “european bakery” so …

  3. I agree COMPLETELY. I hate sweet breakfast foods, and am not even a huge fan of sweet treats at other times. There need to be a lot more savory options…especially, as you say, in health food or power bar forms.

    YAAAAAY HOLS! Give her a hug for me? I am so happy for y’all! YAY!

  4. The United States of Irrationality?

  5. Then you need a pet whose name starts with “N” and you could have HIJNK for hijinks.

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