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Books and Yogurt

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Some thoughts from my brain, tonight…

Growing up reading British books, means that I don’t know if it’s American to spell gray, “gray” or “grey”. I still read a lot of British classics, and a few new British authors. Doesn’t it seem like 99% of the cited classics are British?

It also gave me some advanced vocabulary, strange words to use, and an affinity for using ‘gh’ in my spelling. It feels more regal, and it’s notΒ wrong to use it depending on what country I use it in. πŸ™‚

I’m eating some yogurt. It’s whole-milk plain yogurt – my favorite to buy, no matter the brand – because there are no additives in it. πŸ™‚

I added some stevia, and some vanilla extract, and sprinkled in chocolate chips.

Then let it sit so the chocolate chips could soften, and, well, yeah, the yoghurt could be a little less cold, so I could taste it, and not just feel the cold. πŸ™‚

Yes, I do fail at the food blogging. XD

Yes, I do fail at the food blogging. XD

And if you’re wondering, “What’s up with this post?” I’m tiiired. I’m 2 days in to my internship (Yahoo!), and also keeping steady with my other job, and I worked out (for 10 minutes, lol, but so tired. πŸ™‚ )

Have a good, relax-ful night πŸ™‚

Q&A:

What’s been up in your life lately? Any cool food combos you’ve tried orΒ mile-marks you’ve passed?

What did you grow up reading a lot of? What do you read now?

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4 thoughts on “Books and Yogurt

  1. Greetings πŸ™‚
    I get confused between British and American spellings too; they can be confusing! Oh, and all the best on your internship πŸ™‚

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  2. To me, I’ve been using “gray” for years. I did not know that it was spelled differently until I read it somewhere. (Just where, I forget right this minute.)

    As for the books, I was a prolific reader as a child. I would read about anything that I could get my hands on; that included the local newspaper and the nutritional information on the labels. Several of my favorite books included Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There, the Encyclopedia Brown series, and the Choose Your Own Adventure series. (I’m still kicking myself for giving way my copy of Alice in Wonderland!)

    I also read the encyclopedia. In my defense, I did not read it cover to cover! I just read whatever I was curious about. For example, I could be reading an article on Canada and would move to an article about the US-Canadian border. Then, I read an article about ferry boats as the topic caught my attention while reading about Vancouver (or Seattle, whichever city I was reading about beforehand).

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    • My older brother would give me books he’d read and thought were great, and that’s how I was introduced to many of the classics. Sherlock Holmes was the first one he gave me and said I had to read, but although he talked about Alice Through the Looking Glass, I haven’t yet read it.

      Oh, I’m sorry! Sometimes giving something away is good, and other times you wind up regretting it… 😦

      I still remember when I first learned to read outside of the primer book (or whatever they called it), and my mom would drive me and a classmate to school, and we’d shout out every street sign, “STOP!”. XD She was happy, but also she’d take a sharp intake every time – I realized we were probably alarming her!
      Reading the encyclopedia sounds very cool, especially going by topic to topic of interest!
      Although I’m very late in responding to them, I wanted to let you know that I love reading your comments, thanks so much for sharing! πŸ˜€

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