Poetry from Brianna Dawn.

The 12th Day

May 2017 – 31 Day Blog Challenge
Theme: What’s in your fridge?

Vegetables: Assorted spinach and lettuce leaves, an onion, tomatoes, a bell pepper, carrots, sweet potatoes, an avocado.
Fruits: Fruit mix bowl of orange slices, grapes, strawberry slices, pineapple/cantaloupe/dew mellon chunks.
Meat: Sliced ham, Eggs
Dairy: Mild Cheddar Cheese
Condiments: Ranch dressing, Ketchup, Mustard

I mostly eat salads and bake various foods. Other foods I have I stored in my cabinet are bread for avocado toast in the morning, sardines canned in olive oil, assorted nut mix, Saltine crackers, tortillas, and a couple of packages of ramen for those days I just don’t feel like cooking. During the rainy season I try to have at least a week’s worth of food in case it rains for days and days on end and I can’t get to the store.


As always, thank you for stopping by and reading.

Tiny Fawns is a poetry journal with occasional art work. 
I recently decided to participate in this challenge so that my followers and anyone who ventures into Tiny Fawns Land can have a clearer picture of who I am, what I do, etc etc.
I rarely if ever blog outside of poetry, so for you followers who follow me strictly for poetry, I hope you will be gracious for the month of May to see a daily update from me that is not poetry. 🙂 I will of course be continuing my daily updates of poetry in addition to this.

-Brianna Dawn, AKA Tiny Fawns

2 Responses to “The 12th Day”

  1. Smitha V

    This challenge sounds like a great idea to get to know the writer a little more. I am motivated to eat healthy after looking at what’s in your fridge 🙂

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