bRead Notebook in White, Wheat, & Whole Wheat

What whimsy with this bRead notebook. Thanks for this post! Wondering how much dough that is would be in Canadian dollars. I knead to know. I wouldn’t want people to read what I write in some of my notebooks, else I’d be toast or in a sticky jam.

I digress. Thanks anyway, with many puns intended :o)


No Pen Intended

I hold up a plastic bag with something squareish in it.

“What does this look like?” I ask a coworker.
“…a sandwich?” she hazards.
“YES!” I exclaim. “I mean, no, it’s not a sandwich, but yes, that’s exactly what I was looking for.” Thus I cemented my reputation as a crazy person among my colleagues with another office supply-based piece of shenanigannery—the bRead notebook.

I can’t say this was a product I’d been wheating for, but when the folks at Daycraft told me about the bRead notebook I was intrigued (thanks to Daycraft for providing these free samples).

When I opened up my mailer full of bRead, my heart was filled with whimsy and wonderment—it really does look like bread! Product perfectly as promised. The textured card covers, the printed edges complete with little grains—this is bread. Very square bread, like the kind I got in Italy for under a…

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About shewrite63

I am Theresa. I am a Mother, Grandmother and intermittent writer. I published a bittersweet novel in 2011 under the pen name of Florence T Lyon. I am also a real life survivor, community volunteer, Archives and Records Management graduate, and long-time IT support worker trying to keep up with technological changes. Can't eke a living off of my writing skills - yet!
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