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October 26, 2008


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Smalltown Mom

I think I'll click on that link in the morning when the old brain is fresher.


I'm afraid of exploding brains, so I'll think on something else right now.

Mmmmmm...banana bread...


Yeah, now my head hurts too.
Off to eat some cheerios.
Oblivion is good.

The Girl Next Door

Please pass the bread...my head is exploding..

Mary Alice

That is so funny....when ever I have a particularly complicated paper to research and write, I suddenly have to bake as well! Last spring when I was writing on ESL students, I just HAD to bake rhubarb pies. I don't know why, some sort of comfort /control issue, I suppose.


If you add chocolate chips to the banana bread, does that waste more fuel?

Green Girl

Good for you. Sometimes you just have to turn your back on the horror of it all and resort to what makes you happy--great footwear & the awesomeness of Barney Stinson. Amen.

Cheri @ Blog This Mom!

Don't get a headache under your pretty hairdo! Or 'do!


I am much too overwhelmed to click... I shall bury my head in the sand for another day.

Just call me, "Scarlett".


Will you adopt me?


I love that baking motto - too funny!

Have a good afternoon - Kellan


I think you are right. It is just too exhausting to even think about, but we need to sometimes.


Were the bananas organic? Free trade? Imported from far away places, requiring the burning of vast quantities of fossil fuels?

Yeah. There is no peace in my brain, either.

Oh well.


There is something calming and mind clearing about baking.

texasholly @ June Cleaver Nirvana

Mmmm...I really appreciate the potluck donation and I noticed your shoes are super cute.

phd in yogurtry

I can almost smell it from here ! Hope you all enjoyed the tasty bread almost as much as the conversation!


Every time I make banana bread I wonder about all the foods that are imported that we'd otherwise never have been able to try. Like bananas. I try to eat local, but can I give up bananas?

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I think you are right. It is just too exhausting to even think about, but we need to sometimes.

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