My colleague asked me, “When will be MD Breakfast?” I laughed because my answer will not include the name of any restaurant. Some people ask that question as a way to gauge my culinary skills. If you like food and the taste of a good morning meal, then I suppose I can say that I have some skill in that department. It really depends on how much preparation you want to do. Let’s just say I did not make delicious pancakes for our small family last night.
As a matter of fact, I was not even awake till well after breakfast was over. I ate a bit of toast and joined my husband in the living room to watch a news program that he had requested us to catch up on. While we were in there, he noticed that there was a free coffee maker in the kitchen. He also noted that there was a clock on the wall what time does wendy’s stop serving breakfast. What time is MD breakfast?
While I may not have been able to answer that question as precisely as my husband had, I can at least tell you what I did eat. I awoke about two hours before breakfast, which is about a fair amount of time. I figured if I took a quick cup of coffee, I would be close to being awake enough to eat my toast. A quick cup of Java did get me to head off to sleep, which may explain the lack of interest in the morning.
My next thought was whether or not I wanted to go along for the ride and try to follow along with someone else who was eating breakfast. For once, I decided not to put on my coffee automatically. That may sound crazy, but for about an hour I felt like I needed the caffeine. I may have also enjoyed the novelty of knowing that someone else was eating the same thing as me.
It was late afternoon before I noticed that the clock was showing three hours. It was too late for me to go back to bed before I suffered a hangover, but I figured if I missed the first meal I would catch up with it during my second visit. Instead, I ate a big lunch and returned to my desk to work until my alarm went off at six o’clock in the morning. By that time I was stuffed until I reached home.
The main reason I made the switch was that I like to know what time I wake up in the morning. This way I can make certain that I get everything was done that needs to be done. It saves a lot of time because there are no meetings to deal with after the customary breakfast time. Now when I tell people I work from home they look at me like I’m nuts and ask what time is MCD?