today’s elijah :: trying out kiwano

paul has been very helpful doing some grocery shopping when i’m not feeling well.

he’s so adventurous that sometimes he brings home some food that i don’t know what to do with.

the other day, he came home with this african fruit called ‘kiwano‘.

the two boys liked it and finished it all making loud sucking noises. according to them, it tasted like a banana.

i’d have been more adventurous if i wasn’t pregnant. but for now, i’d rather eat a real banana.

Author: yuka

can you see this?

5 thoughts on “today’s elijah :: trying out kiwano”

  1. I’ve never seen a fruit like this before! It’s very interesting… but I’m not sure if I would like to try it!

  2. Always have a healthy snack along to function or whenever you are out.
    Before start with your weight loss program and burning off surplus fat from the body
    in general, you must learn why you have abdominal fat within the first
    place. When you lose weight it takes place through the body instead of in isolated locations
    thus you must know that you need to lose weight all over your body in order
    to get more visible and defined abs.

  3. Federal regulations affect USTs that store petroleum, such as gasoline, or other hazardous
    substances.

    Include financing options, marketing plans, future goals and exactly how you will manage.
    There’s silly to pay top dollar to have an attendant to pump gas for.
    These stand-alone curbside hand-pumps were nothing beats the.
    Depreciation expense allows businesses to recover the significance of
    assets or income-producing property that expires after a while and through
    use. diesel gas stations (cheapheavyequipmentofamerica.com) Include financing options, marketing plans, future goals and exactly how you will manage.

    There’s silly to pay top dollar to have an attendant to pump
    gas for. These stand-alone curbside hand-pumps were nothing
    beats the. Depreciation expense allows businesses to recover
    the significance of assets or income-producing property that expires after a while and through use.

Comments are closed.