Yogurt Flavors: Chocolate Decadence, World Class Vanilla, French Vanilla, Banana, Boysenberry and Angel Food Cake.
Today, you can ship to any of the lower 48 states (UPS ground only) for $6.99. Come into the store and pick out your items, then let us ship for you.
I've discovered over the years that it is often the little things that make a big difference. The things that we often forget to say thank you for but, nevertheless, are touched by and happy that someone has made the effort. I am learning now how fun this can be in an everyday application for marriage. It works both ways.
The Mrs. last week was kind enough to take all of my Chick-fil-A calendar coupons, that I get every year for Christmas and always forget to use, and clip them off the calendar. She put them in an envelope marked Chick-fil-A for me to carry in my car which means that I might actually get around to using a few of them this year. This months coupon (and this is really written here as a reminder to my self) is one free four piece nugget.
What brings this to mind is that I got my car back today from the auto repair shop and the coupons are sitting in the back seat. My car looks nice and pretty again. I am glad to have everything settled with the insurance company and to have my car repaired. Of course it would have been nicer to have never been hit by someone running a red light, but it could have been a lot worse.
In continuation of the Monday series, Common Misconceptions about Workouts and Common Sense Responses to Them:
Advice: If you don't work out, your muscle will turn into fat.
Myth: Muscle and protein do not turn into each other. When you exercise less often, your muscles atrophy (get smaller). You will also probably gain weight, because you are eating the same amount of food as when you were exercising. But it will appear as though your former muscle has turned into fat. When you start working out and lose weight, your muscle mass will increase and you will burn fat. So it will look as though your fat has turned into muscle.-By Madelyn Fernstrom, Ph.D., CNS
(The Sugarless deLite Blog is now starting its second year. I hope that it is proving helpful to people in following our yogurt flavors and product updates and that people enjoy the little breaks from their days that they might get by reading a bit of it here and there. Thank you for your support.)