Day 11: What you ate for breakfast #100daychallenge

I am so glad I flipped to this short and random prompt today. I'm exhausted and it's already 11:20 p.m.

A story I've been working on since September (which I'll post about later on) was published in today's Atlanta Journal-Constitution, so I woke up extra early on this rainy Sunday to purchase a copy.

I headed to my nearby Kroger and was so satisfied when I got to hold that bundle in my arms. This story and its subjects are very special to me. 

I decided I wanted to go to a coffee shop and read the paper with a cup of coffee and something sweet. So I did.

It was my first time at Cool Beans Coffee Roasters in Marietta and I totally loved it. They have a little working nook called the Starry Night room! It's awesome.

I ordered a cup of decaf and a banana nut muffin. They were out of chocolate croissants.

My banana nut muffin wasn't warmed up, but it was still satisfying. Soft, filled with nuts and just the right amount of sugar. That's really all I have to say about it. I'd get more creative if I wasn't on the verge of falling asleep.


The #100daychallenge writing series is my way of holding my right brain accountable for all the brain fog in hopes that I'll learn to creatively organize my thoughts and learn something(s) new about myself in the process. The challenge includes prompts from the San Francisco Writers' Grotto's 642 Things to Write About. You can also follow my #100daychallenge here.

Unapologetically yours,