Anyway, we went since it was the first day and we knew there would be a lot of samples. Hey, that place is expensive, don't judge. I don't think I tried out many samples myself, but the kids liked a pasta that we bought there. It was four dollars for the bag, but it is whole wheat and has flax in it. You can't put a price on that. Well, I guess you can, it's four dollars.
Anyway, I know I've mentioned how I like cinnamon bread with peanut butter on it for breakfast, right? Well, they had a cinnamon bread there that was labeled "The Best Cinnamon Bread," so you know I had to buy it. As we checked out, I wondered how we spent over 80 bucks on 17 things. It averaged out to over 5 bucks a product, a little on the steep side, don't you think? Well, one thing was the cinnamon bread. While I made sure to check out the freshness date, I failed to see the price tag. Look, I don't care if this is the best cinnamon bread every touched by human hands, but 8 bucks is quite steep. Is it just me? Hey, using my master research techniques, I found you can order it right from the bakery. Go ahead, it is good, it just isn't cheap. Maybe you can split the cost with some friends. Or choose to skip lunch for the week. Just send me a slice, okay?
You know, I went through this post and not one time did I spell cinnamon correctly on the first try. I hate that word.