Fruit Loaf vs Waffle?…

Hubbie is suffering from a horrid cold at the moment.
Normally, I am the one who succumbs to those nasty germs and  being a crybaby in bed. But this time around, it seems different. I feel fine. Is this something to do with me having a few tea spoonful of Manuka honey a day? For Hubbie’s cold, Alex swears by the power of garlic (she is French) and recommends me to feed a clove or two to him. However, he hates garlic! How am I going to coax him into swallowing it?

For Saturday breakfast, I decided to fix waffle with berries and banana in order to increase our vitamin intake. Leaving Hubbie who was hugging a box of Kleenex at home, I headed to a local supermarket. Unfortunately, the supermarket was undergoing major renovations and the floor area was reduced to two third of their normal size. As the result, the shop didn’t stock waffle nor pancake. After marching up and down a bread aisle a few times, I opted for a bag of  sliced fruit loaf.

On top of lightly toasted and buttered breads, I arranged raspberries, blackberries and banana chunks and drizzled over maple syrup…


Hubbie loved it. He munched on as he dubbed his “Rudolph” nose with a sheet of tissue every now and then. I must say I preferred waffle though.

As soon as I came home from my grocery shopping, I kicked off my jeans and changed into a pair of comfy jersey pants. And Mr.B didn’t leave them on the floor unattended for long…


He was busy constructing his nest…


Hey you, who has granted you a permission to appropriate my property?


Mr.B assumes everything on the floor has his name on it. He is so wrong…

Kaori by Kaori Okumura

8 thoughts on “Fruit Loaf vs Waffle?…

  1. Paul is a lucky man indeed! M was feeling a bit under the weather yesterday, but all I did was heat up a can of Campbell’s chicken noodle soup for him. However, there must be something to the garlic thing because I did add some chopped garlic to it and he feels much better today.

    • Garlic! I eventually managed to persuade him to swallow a clove!! I chopped it up in 3 pieces and gave it to him with a glass of water. He made such a scene but I made him to take it 3 times during Saturday. Now, he is a lot better. Garlic not only fights with vampires but also with germs! Proven! We never have chicken noodle soup when we are ill in UK. Campbell’s chicken noodle soup sounds so exotic 💓 x

  2. I love how you caught Mr. B in the three part nest building process lol. Kiki also has attempted to make an uncomfortable looking item of clothing into a nest when she has her choice of snuggly blankets to choose from.

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