False Positive. It’s an Apple Fritter

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Glazed donuts often have a timeline of freshness that begins right away. Tonight I was offered three McDonald mini donuts. One was a springle. These are yeast donuts and ideally should be consumed within an hour or three after purchase.…

False Positive. It’s an Apple Fritter

Glazed donuts often have a timeline of freshness that begins right away. Tonight I was offered three McDonald mini donuts. One was a springle.

These are yeast donuts and ideally should be consumed within an hour or three after purchase. I prefer the longer lasting cake donuts which are still great for breakfast.

At 11pm when I’m searching for sleep, I remember these donuts will be crap for breakfast. I eat all four of the mini donuts.

This was probably not the best decision before sleep. It’s also not a good choice for my regularity, but instant gratification made the ca)l and is accepting the sugar rush as q balanced part of my daily sleep routine.

The truth is, I don’t remember much about when I fall asleep. It seems tohallen around midnight either way. It’s a mystery .

I have a bad habit of overthinking sleep and it keeps me up..

Let’s try and just lay there pretending till I wake up.

Edit. The title of this blog post seems totally unrelated because it is. The title refers to the box I was looking at at the time. I had just finished the last apple fritter and the crispy glaze fell into the box and looked to some extent like shards. They wouldn’t have ruled me as they were, but if I touched them they break into thinner pieces and if they were on the floor a few weeks from now, I very likely might have to touch them to see if they were shards or apple fritter glaze. By the time I started writing the blog, I had completely forgotten that concept and that’s why the title doesn’t make a lot of sense.

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