Saturday, December 8, 2012

.what two skinny girls eat for breakfast.



Breanna and I ventured into the Big City to meet up with our cohort members who were taking the PGRE last week. While we were waiting for them to finish we decided to stop by Voodoo.

Yup, that is in fact what we ordered. For the two of us.

Pictured: two Old Dirty Bastards (chocolate frosting, peanut butter, and Oreos), two Bacon Maple Bars, one Mexican Chocolate and one... Coconut snowball? or something.



I'm smiling now... but approximately ten minutes later I was sprawled on the bench moaning about how I was going to die.

Fried dough, chocolate, peanut butter, oreos, maple syrup, bacon, cinnamon, and coconut...
It was maybe a bit much. Ah well. Live and learn.



LOVE this girl. And so loving my cohort right now btw... I can.not.imagine doing this insane program without the support of that group of total weirdos.

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Human Needs Global Resources Covenant, 2009

As fellow travelers on this journey, we commit to this covenant before God. Lord, in Your mercy, hear these our prayers:

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