05 November 2007

Stars

Yogurt Flavors: Chocolate Decadence, World Class Vanilla, Chocolate Malt, Maple Nut, Angel Food Cake, Egg Nog.

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 for the lower rate.

The orders are starting to roll in for the Thanksgiving holiday. Don't forget to order your sugar free pie, cheesecake, or pumpkin bread from the premier sugar free bakery in Dallas. Just call Sugarless deLite at 972.644.2000 to place your order. We are less than 13 days away from the ordering deadline.

We're also getting set up for that other little holiday that is right around the corner. Within the next two weeks, we will have most of Christmas set up and ready to go. You can take part in some of our early bird specials and also get some of your gifts out of the way by shopping Sugarless deLite first for your chocolate and candy needs.

If you had a blogger card and have not yet turned it in for your buy one, get one free yogurt, you have until Wednesday to do so. Just turn your card in and get one free yogurt of equal or lesser value to the one that you purchase. (Limit one per person.)


My wife and I managed to survive our weekend of roughing it. The bugs weren't bad at all which might have been because of the large number of spiders that were hanging out everywhere we went. Nevertheless, the time spent just waking around in the woods and looking up at all of the stars was well worth the spider webs. You don't get to really see stars in Dallas, but you sure can see them out in the middle of no where. The main reason why I love camping is the clear night sky. It helps to remind me that we are all playing our small part in the universe.

We also continued our tradition of finding a good restaurant on vacation. If your ever in Sulphur, OK, I would recommend OJ's Chili Creek Grill. Skip the buffet and order off the menu. My favorite was the pecan and honey crusted chicken breast. The food was great. I never would have expected a diner this good in such a small town.

While we were eating with our friends from Oklahoma City in Norman, I caught a little bit of the Kansas-Nebraska game. If you had offered to bet me 100 dollars at the start of the season that I would rank Kansas in the top 10 after nine games, I would have taken that bet and lost horribly. My top 25.

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