I haven’t gotten a chance to check with Jim yet, but I see the sugar-free syrup has been used and the lite version hasn’t been opened. I don’t know if I can stand the suspense of waiting until 5:15 for the answer. I have to control myself. I can do this.
I skipped my typical breakfast sandwich to try the pancakes and sugar free syrup. I must say, pretty good. For those of you cutting calories, try the Log Cabin Sugar Free. Not bad.
After breakfast, I thought about things I wanted to get accomplished for today. I glanced over at the stack of resumes to be mailed out which got me thinking about my past employment.
With that out of the way, I ventured out to mail the resumes and then onward to an appliance repair place to get a part for the carpet machine.
I took my Mom to the doctor. He ordered her back to the hospital so off we went.
I visited my uncle in a different hospital.
I spent time with friends at an HIV/AIDS benefit.
Jim’s opinion on the pancake breakfast: He was happy with the syrup but not the pancakes themselves. He felt they didn’t heat very well and he would have like them cooked more. I did make them thicker than normal. If we try this again, I’ll make thinner pancakes.