Good morning!

How is everyone this fine day?

I’m doing much better.  My exhaustion had me turn in early last night, and I wound up sleeping in by about a half hour.

It was much needed, and my body thanks me for it.

You can also blame my weak pun there for my extended sleep, howzaboutit?

My lack of appetite carried over into this morning, as well, so I started off the day by performing surgery on a pair of pants.

These jeans are almost perfect, except that they’re what I would’ve called “high waters” back in grade school.  I filched a pair of whisker scissors — you know, those tiny scissors that your fella keeps around to trim back the strays — and set to ripping out the hems.

A half hour later, and my pants are now wearable.  Victory!

I promise you, there are apples and groats under that pool of peanut butter.

I still wasn’t hungry when I found myself in the kitchen a few minutes later, but it was approaching 10:30 and I felt I needed to get something into my tummy soon.

I decided to try baked apple kasha again today, with the insane surplus of fruit that I have leftover from my Mum’s visit.

I set my groats to simmer, then chopped up a Golden Delicious, which is indeed, very delicious and also somewhat golden, as well.

I dropped the entire chopped apple into the kasha, then let it simmer over medium-low heat for ten minutes.


Once the apples were tender but not mush, I added a teaspoon of cinnamon and vanilla, then cracked an entire egg directly into the pot.

The result was thick.  It took nearly a half of a cup of almond milk to thin it out.

Again, I’m not too fond of this almond milk.  I hate wasting food, so I’ll finish it off, but when I run out, I’m going back to Pacific brand.

A few minutes of stirring and adding splashes of almond milk resulted in a thick and creamy and sweet breakfast.

I topped it with a heaping drizzle of peanut butter glaze, then splashed another ounce or so of almond milk directly onto it.


Do you eat fruit with your breakfast?  Is there any fruit you won’t eat early in the morning? I have tons of kiwi and grapes and oranges in my fridge, but the thought of eating those in the a.m. makes my stomach turn.  I usually stick with blueberries, apples, and bananas for my morning repast — breakfast without fruit just isn’t breakfast, to me.

Thanks for reading!

❤ Kaz