I’ve eaten a fair bit of toast in my life. Until I was 21 and stopped eating meat I think I had toast and bacon for breakfast most days. After that I moved on to toast and marmalade, preferably Frank Cooper’s oxford.
My tooth has got a little less sweet and in the last 10 years I’ve moved on to muesli and yoghurt most mornings. I still like toast. At school the pupils can get toast at morning break time and I usually grab a slice. I often have some with peanut butter when I get home from work. Weekend mornings I’ll have toast and egg or french toast from breakfast.
Until I had a cholesterol test I had a strong preference for butter, now I seem habituated to margarine.
I like a few other things toasted too, scones for one.
Thinking of toast I remembered a lyric, ‘a little piece of toast’ which lead to a song from when I was 20 Streetband – Toast
On the way I found another toast song I heard last year Koffee – Toast
Toast, tasty and inspirational.
I have just noticed that you can slide down the micro.blog reply to reread what you are replying to in iOS. I now feel my copy reply close, reread, reopen paste technique is suboptimal.
Sport – #blogvember 22 I was hoping that some inspiration would strike for today’s challenge. No such luck.
Unrequited #blogvember 21
Blog posts are like love it is a mystery to me which ones will be requited.
#blogvember 20 – fight – One of the nicest fights I’ve been in was GIF FIGHT!! a small irregular jpg challenge posted to be turned into gifs that started about 2013.
Hi Colin, another enjoyable episode. You were interested as to how and were people listen. I am subscribed using Castro on my phone. I listened the the first half walking around the dark streets in search is a wee bit of exercise. The second on my commute the next day driving home.
The natural history angle made this episode even more interesting than usual.
At the theatre tonight to watch the Richard Alston company dance. Turns out the music to one piece, some Monteverdi madrigals, were a revelation. I would. Ever describe myself as a music lover but this…