This is the last I saw of little Kayden before she went to sleep.
Am I the only person who thoroughly looks through these pamphlets? Yea...I'm pretty sure no one looks at these unless they find themselves in the midst of an emergency. I on the other hand - like to read these front to back.
Sky blogger :)
The flight attendant gave me 2 Biscoff cookies & I asked for V8 juice.
(Our paddles weren't nearly that big....I think i over shot them a little bit lol)
(This one is my absolute favorite....probably because it's the most accurate. I ate so much food on my trip. I should be ashamed. But of course...I'm far from it lol)
I hope you're enjoying your day.
Wherever you are.
Let us begin...
KATE NASH – FOUNDATIONS
ST VIATEUR BAGELS – MONTREAL CANADA
"Since 1957, St-Viateur Bagel has been a central part of the culture and daily life of Montreal. Its legendary landmark bagel shop operates 24/7 and sells over 1,000 dozen bagels a day.
St-Viateur Bagel was founded by Myer Lewkowicz who brought his, now famous, recipe from Eastern Europe. The art of bagel making means hand rolling each one and baking them in a wood-burning oven. The current owner, Joe Morena, with over 45 years of experience in the bagel business, ensures that the traditions at the St-Viateur Bagel continue to be respected.
Over half a century, this family business has grown to include 4 bakeries and 2 Bagel Cafés in Montreal."
SCHOOL MEALS HELP FUSSY CHILDREN TRY NEW FOODS
"School lunches can tempt fussy eaters to try new foods, a survey for the School Food Trust has suggested. Researchers found that four out of five children in England who ate school lunches had tried food at school that they had not tried at home.
Half of parents questioned said their children had asked for foods they had eaten at school to be cooked at home. The survey, of about 1,000 parents, found the most popular vegetables were carrots, sweetcorn and peas. Aubergine, chickpeas and spinach were among the least popular.
Of the parents questioned, 628 had children who ate school lunches.
England's School Food Trust commissioned the research after a survey by the Mumsnet website suggested some parents gave their children packed lunches because they thought they were too fussy to eat anything else.
Trust chairman, Rob Rees, said: "Every parent knows it's a nightmare watching their child push food around the plate.
"School meals can be a great way to help parents encourage their children to try new foods and to increase the variety of foods in their diet."
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WTF? This isn’t “SNAZZY” it’s “CREEPY” lol haha.
Who would would spend $14.99 on this?
It’s called a BLANKET – cover your face with A BLANKET people!! Lol
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