The fact that I might have to add another heavy blanket to my bed makes me smile. I love this cold weather. The fact that it was 62 in my apartment this morning made it harder to get out of bed; however, once I got up, I loved it. You can take a boy out of Minnesota, but you can't take the love of cold away from him.
The Yogurt Flavors: Chocolate Decadence, World Class Vanilla, Pumpkin, Marshmallow, New York Cheesecake and Banana.
Today all items on the sale rack are 50% off the lowest marked price. Come in for some great deals today.
Friday Fun Fact: The practice of trepanation, the surgical act of boring holes into the skull, began 7,000 years ago and still continues today. Trepanning-surgically making a circular opening in the skull-began in the Neolithic era, evidently for health and spiritual reasons. Evidence of the practice has been found in Africa, Europe, Asia, and the Americans. Some believed the purpose was to release "ill humors." Today, there is a new movement of "trepanation advocates," led by jeweler and tree-grower Peter Halvorson of Pennsylvania. Halvorson founded the International Trepanation Advocacy Group after trepanning himself with a scalpel, four drill bits, and an electric drill secured to his bathroom ceiling that he controlled with his foot.
Happy Birthday Wishes to Phillip Martin Simms. Mr. Simms is a former quarter back for the NY Giants and is a current sportscaster for CBS. Want a free small yogurt? You’re going to have to work for it today. Phil Simms has a son who is a current quarter back in the NFL. Give us the name of the organ that ruptured this year in a game against the Carolina Panthers.