they say that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. from what i have seen, over the years, this is an entirely correct statement.
the way to my heart, however, is to offer me a tshirt. i will run a race, enter a draw, volunteer if i know a tshirt is coming my way.
earlier this month, we had a vector cereal promotion at the store. with every purchase, customers could take home a mini trial-size box of vector cereal, if they so desired.
i do not mind passing out cereal boxes one bit! after all, it is my favourite food! [you wouldn't believe how many people actually declined the offer - like maybe 40%? i was genuinely surprised].
i was also thanking my lucky stars that we were not handing out vector tshirts. i recapped that
head-shaker story here, if you missed it back in august.
imagine my joy when i walked into work late last week, and my manager presented me with!…
the very nice people at vector sent free long-sleeve, tech tshirts for store staff and current clinic instructors. yes, by wearing the shirt, i am a walking billboard for vector…
…but this cereal queen does not mind a bit.
i just hope we never work out a deal with ontario pork…
rate vector on a scale of 1->10, if you’ve had it. i give it 8/10. i love the crunchy granola-y bites, the sugary-sweet flakes, and the fact that it does not get soggy. but i do find it heavy. it’s delicious mixed in a 50-50 split with plain old puffed corn cereal.
correct me if i’m wrong, but i don’t think i’ve ever asked you: what’s your favourite cereal? last year, as part of the 1970 kiki project, i reviewed 40 types of cereal. you can see the list here! currently, puffins still have my heart.