29 September 2006

Catch Up Evening

I'm a social creature. I like to go out and be around my friends. I love to people watch because I think that the interactions are fascinating. I like to stay busy. Sometimes, I need to clear an evening off and take time to catch up on things that I may let go during the week. A lot of times, I will do this on Sunday afternoons. This week, I'm taking the prime real-estate of Friday night. Cleaning up the mess of computer component boxes and giving the kitchen and bathroom a good scrub down may not sound like a lot of fun, but having a clean home afterwards is always a nice reward.

Besides, when the cleaning is finished, I'll have time to sit down and relax and do some reading. With everything else going on this week, I have let my reading go by the wayside. Tonight I should be able to make some good progress towards finishing The Screwtape Letters. It should prove to be a great start to a wonderful weekend.

The Yogurt Flavors: Chocolate Decadence, World Class Vanilla, Chocolate Raspberry, Marshmallow, French Vanilla and Egg Nog.

Today and tomorrow are the last days for our Crème Pie Special. You may still order a crème pie for tomorrow. If you would like one, give us a call at 972.644.2000 and we would be happy to take your order.

We have received our shipment from LaTortilla Factory and now have the very popular Tomato Basil Wraps (1 Point) back in stock.

Today we have all items on the Sale Rack for 50% off the lowest marked price!

Friday Fun Fact: In 1712, Johann Bessler unveiled a perpetual motion machine that was never debunked. Johann Bessler, 32, a native of Zittau, Saxony, amazed the world when he unveiled a 3-foot-diameter wheel that, with a slight push, turned at 24-26 rpm indefinitely without any visible assistance. The belligerent and paranoid Bessler, who later referred to himself as "Orrfyreus," refused to revel the wheel's secret and so was dismissed as a fraud. For the next 18 years, Bessler built larger wheels-up to 12 feet in diameter-that also passed rigorous testing, but Bessler took the secret to his grave. The physics of the Bessler wheel is still debated. (This fact brought to you by the Fact or Crap daily calendar.)

Happy Birthday Wishes to Jerry Lee Lewis. Great Balls of Fire, Mr. Lewis is 71 today. One of the pioneers of Piano rock and a great presence on the stage, Mr. Lewis had a string of hits in the late 50's before scandal sunk his career. He was one of rock & roll's original wild men but later switched to country music where he experienced a revival of sorts in the late 60's and through the 70's. Want a free mini yogurt (4 oz)? Give us the name of Mr. Lewis' cousin who was a well known and popular Reverend in the 70's and 80's.

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