Wednesday, January 18, 2012

If I ever invite you to dinner, just say no! There's no telling what you will find in my kitchen!

What happens when you open a reusable sandwich Snack Packer, place a piece of bread in it, close it, place it in a drawer, forget to use the bread in it the next day as planned, and open it approximately 5 weeks later?


What happens after you discover that the slice of bread is now covered, covered I tell you, in tiny black mold spores (and two fingerprints where you accidentally touched it while fumbling around in a dark kitchen trying to make lunches without waking up two crazy cats who want to come in the house as soon as they see a light on) and stinks like spoiled milk?


At least the last science experiment we did with mold was planned!

4 comments:

Grandma T said...

Such is life!! :)

Mari said...

looks like a science experiment!

Suburban Correspondent said...

I once found some (very old) bread in our cabinet that looked not at all bread-like. It may have been a cure for cancer, come to think of it...

Aimee said...

whoa! that is some serious mold. But never fear, we've had similar experiences. Let me just say this: sealed sippy cup filled with milk, forgotten under the car seat, for the month of July and most of August in North Carolina. "Cheesy" does not even begin to cover it.