Cone Day! Ask for our cone day special and get your yogurt cone for only $1.85 (regularly $2.77).
We've sold out of our first shipment of PB2, but we are expecting to have it back in stock by Tuesday the 26th. This is a fantastic product for anyone who is looking to take the fat and calories out of their peanut butter. It also make a really good chocolate peanut butter shake!
The bagels, pita, and English Muffins have arrived! We have a fresh stock of all varieties of bagels (Blueberry, Sweet Wheat, Cinnamon, White, Onion, and Perfect 10) and both types of pita. Come in and get yours today! Great options for Weight Watchers®.
Early Last Sunday Morning:
Clink, clink as a vitamin drops into the bathroom sink. Clink as the same vitamin drops into the trash.
Erica: Babe, did you just throw your vitamin away?
Me: Yes. It fell in the sink.
Erica: It's still good.
Me: It's dirty.
Erica: Well, it's your sink.
Me: Which, I just trimmed my beard over. Besides, the bathroom sink is the dirtiest place in the house after the kitchen sink regardless of how clean they are. There's just nasty stuff in both of them.
Fast forward to Sunday evening as we are eating a snack over the kitchen sink:
Dull clink as a small piece of bacon falls into the kitchen sink. A gasp escapes my mouth followed by one from Erica.
Erica: Did you just eat that bacon?
Me: Yes. It was still good.
Erica: Just this morning you said that you would never eat anything out of the kitchen sink because it was the dirtiest place in the whole house.
Me: I didn't say that I never would.
Erica. So, you will not take a vitamin that has fallen into your bathroom sink, but you will eat a tiny piece of bacon that has fallen into the kitchen sink where we wash dirty dishes, toss egg shells, and thaw-out meat and fish?
Me: Yes. Bacon is an essential life giving food source while a vitamin is simply a supplement for vitamins and minerals that are already flowing through my system. Clearly, the bacon is much more important and therefore worth the chance and sacrifice. :)
Thursday Comic: (click to enlarge)
Given a fortunate break in the clouds last night at 9:38, my wife and I were able to see the lunar eclipse. The moon was a nice pale red and was just starting to whiten up on its right edge when we saw it move from behind the clouds. While it would have been awesome at a location without all of the light pollution, we got a pretty nice view of the event right outside our front door. Maybe, we can get away to a more secluded location for the next one in December of 2010.