Last night as I was prepping overnight oats for breakfast, I made two separate batches… one with bananas and one without.
Though Ryan and I both like bananas in our overnight oats, Ryan is really funny about the texture of bananas and adds a banana to his overnight oats in the morning to combat the “mush factor.”
I, on the other hand, like adding bananas to the mix the night before so the oats really take on the flavor of the fruit.
In the morning I simply stir the oats up and swipe some of Ryan’s fresh banana slices to garnish my bowl for even more banana flare.
(Can you see me in the spoon’s reflection in my hot pink bathrobe? It’s Where’s Waldo: PBF Edition.)
Today’s overnight oats included the following:
- 2/3 cup old fashioned oats
- 1 1/2 tablespoons chia seeds
- 1/3 cup milk
- 6 ounces plain Greek yogurt
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1 banana, sliced
Cell Phone Ring Tones
Earlier this week, I was out and about running a quick errand after dinner when my cell phone rang. I didn’t think anything of it until a man near me started cracking up.
“Mambo Number Five? Really?” he laughed.
When I first got my phone last year, I set the ringtone to Mambo Number Five to mess with Ryan because he owns (not owned… owns) the Lou Bega CD and swears it is awesome which I find incredibly hilarious.
I never changed the ring tone and Mambo Number Five has blared in several embarrassing environments throughout the past year. (The only person who has a different ring tone on my phone is Ryan. His is set to the first dance song from our wedding.)
I’m sure I’ll change my ring tone eventually, but Mambo Number Five is a surprisingly catchy ring tone and very distinguishable from other cell phone ring tones in public!
I know I can’t be the only one out there with a random and slightly embarrassing ring tone…
Questions of the Morning
- What is your cell phone ring tone?
- What’s the best cell phone ring tone you’ve ever heard?
I remember Ryan’s cousin set his cell phone ring tone to the Laguna Beach theme song in college as a joke which cracked me up. Even now whenever I hear Hilary Duff sing “Let the raaaain fall down and wake my dreams…” I cannot help but laugh.