76 thoughts on “The Most Important Meal of the Day

  1. Haha! My mom never let us have the sugary cereals when we were kids, but I have to admit I never thought of pouring sugar on my Blandy O’s. My mom would have killed me.

    1. My mom would buy one once in a while, but it was always gone within a day. I would savor my Lucky Charms… first I’d eat all the oat cereal bits until it was only marshmallows. Then I’d eat the marshmallows in rainbow order, one at a time. It would take close to 30 minutes to eat a bowl. I still like to do this from time to time.

      1. You just hit the nail on the head! She is in Nedw York this weekend, I woud love to see a Middlest Sister about that trip, lol

  2. I love it! I love the progressing times on the oven clock (which is practically an entire character in your blog by now) and the many different uses for sugar :) I put so much sugar on my Cheerios as a kid, that I remember seeing it in big grayish swirls at the bottom of the bowl. Now I cannot stand sugary cereal. Bleh.

    P.S. Do you put milk in your hot tea, too? I thought I was the only one.

  3. Love the dishes piling up next to the sink! And as one of four sisters, I know the importance of being the early bird…especially when dad brought home donuts for a treat. The last one up always gets the plain donut!

  4. When my brother and I were kids, our parents encouraged us to make our own breakfasts too, and our schtick was, we’d make toast, and then load it up with all kinds of random things–butter, cheese, ketchup, raisins, broken cookie pieces–the list was endless. Of course, Everything Toast (which was always called something different, because, in our minds, changing one or two ingredients made it a completely different meal) was more of a weekend breakfast, because if we made it during the week, we’d be late for school.

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