Last night, I baked a huge platter of Baked Apples (and ate a bunch while watching House Hunters, duh). I am obsessed with Baked Apples.
I was so excited to put my apples on top of oatmeal this morning!
I loved the sour taste of the few green apples against the sweet taste of the banana oats.
In the mix:
- 1/2 cup oatmeal
- 1/2 cup rice milk
- 1/2 cup water
- 1/2 banana
- Toppings: Baked Apples and Almonds
The Husband and I have been having a very serious debate lately. Previous â€œvery serious debatesâ€ in our household have including the Bib Transfer Debate and the Dog Poop Debate, by the way. So these arenâ€™t that serious at all. 🙂
I create a LOT of laundry. When I do our wash, itâ€™s about 2/3 mine and 1/3 Husband. Not only do I go through a lot of workout clothes, but I insist on wearing a fresh t-shirt and underwear to bed every night. I think itâ€™s really gross to go to bed in the same shirt and underwear I wore during the day (or the night) before. The Husband says that I create too much laundry this way; therefore, I harm the environment and our budget. He says that I should sleep nekkid to save money/trees (donâ€™t laugh; this is not a ploy!).
Did you know that men are twice as likely to sleep nekkid? In fact, 31 percent of men sleep in the nude, but only 14 percent of women do.
I argue that if there is a fire or a burglary, I want to be clothed. Also, I think sleeping nekkid dirties your sheets faster (if you know what I mean).
So â€“ whoâ€™s right? If nekkid the way to be? Or is clothed better?