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Anonymous asked: Kill yourself


I wonder how many other blog’s you send this message to on a daily basis…

When I read this, instead of letting it upset me, which it could never do, since you don’t even have the courage to tell me to kill myself without hiding your identity..

But it dawned on me, how alone you must be. You’re probably sitting there, behind a laptop screen, nothing positive or good happening in your life, bored, no one around, telling strangers to end their lives? When in all reality, that’s probably something you are battling with..

No picture is sadder than that, sorry but I hope you get better and find something more constructive to do with your day..

Because honestly, in the mists of my boredom, telling someone to kill themselves, really isn’t something that has ever crossed my mind..

Get better soon


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Back to process food photography: Building the Perfect Whole Grain Toast Lunch, with the Soft Boiled Egg Supertoast and Caprese toast

On the left, Soft boiled egg Supertoast: whole grain toast topped with Eggplant/Garlic and Sundried Tomato Tapenade, then with Avocado and Red Quinoa, then with Roasted Red Pepper slices, then with a Soft Boiled Egg and pepper.

On the right, Caprese toast: whole grain toast topped with Greek Yogurt, then with Microgreens and Plum Tomato slices, then with Avocado and drizzled with Balsamic Glaze. 

So you’ve seen some of my process food photography before, I had such fun putting all my favourite ingredients on these two toasts and they turned out so, so delicious. I’ve tried a version of the Caprese toast before with my Vegan Caprese salad with Grilled Avocado and Balsamic Glaze and that’s always a winner recipe, but the Soft boiled egg whole grain toast was just…perfect. The two dips went so well with the creamy avocado, punctuated with the sweetness of the roasted pepper and the crunch of the red quinoa, and all topped with yummy, eggy goodness. 

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I walk around the school hallways and look at the people. I look at the teachers and wonder why they’re here. If they like their jobs. Or us. And I wonder how smart they were when they were fifteen. Not in a mean way. In a curious way. It’s like looking at all the students and wondering who’s had their heart broken that day, and how they are able to cope with having three quizzes and a book report due on top of that. Or wondering who did the heart breaking. And wondering why.
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