Monday, January 08, 2007

...and maybe I'll have chocolate for lunch

Q. What does an optimistic romance writer eat for breakfast on a sunny Monday morning?

A. A bowlful of cherries and two cups of Earl Gray tea. (I love my life!)

Something tells me this is going to be a very good writing week.

9 comments:

Domino said...

Stop! Stop it! You're making me hungry. Are those low-carb cherries?

Sure looks yummy.

I'm having a glass of water and a one-inch cube of cheese. LOL!!

Anonymous said...

Great! Brittanie

Lisa Jordan said...

Those look mouth-watering delicious!!! I had blueberry oatmeal for breakfast. No tea though. Maybe tomorrow.

Bonnie Calhoun said...

LOL...Domino...I am a low-carber, and I had a cheese omelet and sausage for breakfast.

LOL...I couldn't live on cherries and tea...I'd bite somebody...auhh...I'd just be tasting them, but then again....!

Brenda Coulter said...

Seriously, they were the most beautiful cherries I've ever seen and the tastiest ones I've ever eaten. They were amazing!

Nevah~ said...

Gawwwd, you have no idea that Cherries are my favorite temptation. When they're in season I'll spend whatever amount just to indulge myself. YUMMY!!!


Happy New Years, Brenda!

Brenda Coulter said...

Thanks, Nevah. You, too.

Kaye Dacus said...

Ah, so THAT's the secret to starting the week off right! I have the Earl Gray part down pat, so adding the cherries will be no problem! So . . . did it work? Has it been a good writing week?

Brenda Coulter said...

Yes, actually. Thanks for asking.