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WIAW #9 (?)

Posted Oct 26 2011 1:05pm
I think this is my ninth WIAW type thing (counting the WIAS)...and I just realized that I still wasn't doing it right. Okay, here's the icon
And now, thanks Jenn , for hosting the party!

I think I got everything, this time?

Pre-Breakfast: I had to do somethings early in the morning, so I grabbed something quick before settling down to breakfast about an hour later.

Cucumber with the last of my vegetarian pastete (and a little swirl of mustard and sprinkle of pepper)

Breakfast:

Quark, frozen raspberries, slices almonds, Zucchini-Walnut-Prune Murfin

Whole Rye bread with Artisana Pecan Butter (underneath) and Ovomaltine Spread

Tea (I'm more of an under- than an over-steeper)
Snack:

Roasted brussel spouts (thawed frozen brussel sprouts (sliced) with olive oil and spices). I've been on a roasting-veggies-in-the-oven kick lately (maybe because winter is approaching quickly) and I have yet to find a veg for which the result wasn't absolutely delicious!
More tea with honey. And a side of book. :P
Frozen Mirabellen - frozen grapes, your days are numbered!
Lunch:

An apple, part of which landed in this
Muesli with buttermilk and flaxseeds
Whole rye bread with quark, wildberry jam (not homemade), and walnuts
Another pecan butter-ovomaltine spread wonder : match made in heaven. :)
Chocolate soy ice cream with soy nuts (see a theme?) and 2 crumbled up chocolate creme sandwich cookies...yummers.
Snack:

Two of these...they always help when my stomach starts feeling wonky.
Zwieback to (hopefully) sort out my stomach
(Dinner time) Snack: I still wasn't feeling top form, come dinner time, so I made myself eat a snack and then I took a nap.


Yogurt with granola, dried fruits, and pumpkin seeds

Dinner: When I woke up (around the same time most people probably go to bed!) I not only felt quite a bit better, but had my appetite back!


A bowl of muesli with buttermilk


A few sundried tomatoes


A slice of whole rye bread with a tasty milk chocolate bar from Aldi


A bunch of salted roasted peanuts

What I Wore Wednesday (WIWW?):

I like different colored long sleeved tees paired with a simple shrunken blazer. And dark jeans, of course. While the tees can really be from anywhere, I think blazers are something worth investing a little money in. You can tell if they're cheap and they can lose their shape quickly, whereas a high quality blazer holds up well over time.
What pieces are your 'splurge' pieces?

Do you prefer light or dark wash jeans?

When do you start thinking about/getting excited for Christmas?
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