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Bread of Freshness!

If you read my note, Bread of Joy, you’ll remember how much Joy i derived from eating that very bread.

Recently, however, I discovered that I was losing interest in that very bread. I no longer dreamed of having it in my fridge and room.

My colleague however introduced me to another cake-like soft bread, called ‘belosnezhka’.

Now this bread is the definition of freshness.

At first he kept buying and buying, and I didn’t understand why, everyday, on returning home, he would stop by the bakery to procure this particular bread which cost about $1.20.

One day, I tried the bread, Lo and behold, I got hooked.

Since then, being the sharer that I am, I have told some of my friends about this particular fresh find.

One of my friends had to call my phone while i was in a meeting, just to ask for the name of the bread. She too was hooked on the very same bread of a fresh kind.

Today on returning home, I, as usual, decided to pick up the said bread. I got my $1.20 set and was about to place my order when i discovered that it wasnt on display. I was dazed. How could I return without this very tantalizing and refreshing bread.

Immediately, I asked the saleslady, “You guys still going to make more ‘belosnezhkas’ today? ” Seeing that it is a 24- hr shop. Now this was at about 10pm.

“No,” she answered.

“And how am I going to sleep then?” I quizzed.

“Then don’t sleep!” she answered, with a trace of humour.

I thought that was fresh : )

Ike Amadi

Author of the book Do Something! I am an advocate of all things #fresh. I want to see you become a #dosomethingperson.

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