This week's corner view is about what we eat for lunch.
At my school, some teachers buy the cafeteria food and others bring their lunch.
There are always several frozen entries in the freezer
put there by the teachers who don't 'bag' it or eat the cafeteria food.
For those who do 'bag it'
the lunch bags or sacks come in different shapes,
sizes, and colors.
Our teachers' lounge is rather dreary and the chairs aren't super comfortable.
But it's away from the kids and so for thirty minutes we can relax.
However, sometimes I choose to eat in the privacy of my room
sitting in my comfy desk chair
with my feet propped up on another chair.
This is one of my lunch bags.
I've read that the more color to a salad the better it is.
Mine is quite colorful!
Spinach, carrots, green peppers, zucchini, cherry tomatoes,
sliced almonds, crumbled bacon, and feta cheese,
topped with light thousand island dressing.
I usually use Paul Newman's light raspberry and walnut vinaigrette.
My desk isn't usually so cluttered, but we left abruptly last week
due to flood waters, so I need to do some neatening up.
Normally, I don't have dessert, but the counselor,
who's a close friend,
made strawberry pie
and gave me a piece
with whipped cream on top.
So that's lunch in my corner of the world.
I hope you are having a wonderful week!
Joining Francesca at Corner View