I know The Little Prince is very picky but he wasn’t able to resist this morning’s simple offering. Hot and yummy, this classic Pinoy bread has peanut butter fillings and was gobbled down with equally hot coffee.
Every morning here in our place in Pasay City, there is a regular pandesal peddler. His modulated holler for his customers is something one won’t miss every morning, rain or shine. Its almost like a sing-song that only he can say. The pandesal the he sells is inside a big styrofoam container and arranged horizontally in an orderly manner. I wonder how long it takes him to lay out the pandesal that way. 🙂
I’ve read The Little Prince several times. My copies, yes I bought around three copies already and everytime someone borrows the book, it never finds its way back to me. I guess I’m not a good book keeper 🙂 because I don’t keep records of those who borrowed books from me. Just don’t ask me what is the most “expensive book” that got “lost.”
For the child in you who wants to read Antoine de Saint Exupery’s The Little Prince, click here. Its the complete selection that one can read over and over. But if you really want to be enlightened, the analog pages [the actual book] is truly worth it.