And sometimes that’s the only sign I need.
Could I have just cleaned it up and started over? Maybe. But I don’t like oatmeal anyway.
It’s good for us and is packed with fiber and that’s why I eat it. Who among us doesn’t need a a little more fiber in their diet? Ok, so I know a few people that might not. The main one that pops into my head- oh, I better not say his or her name. Let’s just say it sounds like Phe Tilot .
Yes, I might be a tad envious.
Like I was saying-sometimes an oatmeal explosion in my microwave is the only sign I need from the heavens above that this is a morning to be enjoyed. And unfortunately, that doesn’t always coincide with doing the right thing.
I’ll worry about the consequences later. And I am certain that this idea never got anyone into trouble.
So, like a family of moths to my back porch light, Burtch and Lawson and I headed to the fast food, eat in your mini van, Mecca of breakfast goodness.
(Cue the choir.)
Don’t you love how the logo is illuminated by the lights from the heavens above?
Four words, baby…Super. Sonic. Breakfast. Burrito.
Don’t worry. I know it sounds like shady parenting. Ditching the healthy whole grain breakfast for fatty processed fast food. But I have the utmost faith that Sonic only uses ingredients that nurture the bodies of myself and my children. Eggs from free range, vegetarian fed chickens, and I’m sure the bacon is locally produced from an organic hog farmer. And the burrito even has vegetables in it! I just know they’re organic.
Don’t you dare deprive me of my delusions.
It tasted good.
*The Naked Mother would like point out that since this piece was written she has made an important and healthy change to benefit the well being of her family. She no longer uses plastic containers in the microwave. Dr. Oz says that heating plastic in the microwave releasesBisphenol A into our food which can cause a multitude of health issues. The Naked Mother never heard Dr. Oz mention anything about Sonic.