Monday morning already? Seriously?
Oh well. No time to think about it since I have quite a busy week ahead of me, beginning this morning with an important meeting in Manhattan.
At least it isn’t frigid today. Wait, let me correct that – At least it isn’t frigid this morning.
It is rainy yet “warm” with temperatures scheduled to drop from 50 degrees now down to 8 degrees tonight. Uh huh.
I can’t control the weather but I can control what I eat so let’s back up a bit to where we left off on Saturday.
I did my usual Trader Joe’s stock-up thing. I have meaning to ask you – do you remember the Trader Joe’s crunchy peanut butter with the flax seeds? I know they recalled it well over a year ago (or was it two years ago?) but they never brought it back and I really liked it.
I also made a pit stop at Fairway for PB2. Still loving the PB2.
Fage was on sale for 88 cents – how do you pass that up?
Of course yesterday morning as I went through the Sunday circular coupons (or Qpons as I like to pronounce the word) I discovered two coupons for my most favorite Stonyfield Greek Yogurt.
Little savings like this excite me. If you don’t clip your coupons, you need to start.
You know what else excites me? All-You-Can-Eat Sushi.
Ever do the All-You-Can-Eat Sushi (from a good place of course, not just some random icky hole-in-the-wall) where they give you the little menus and a pencil and you get to keep checking off what you want so that they just keep bringing you food over and over and over again?
So fun. SO SO SO FUN!
We got all giddy about this and just checked off everything – my favorite is the broccoli teriyaki plates. I think we went with five of those but who is counting.
Of course we ordered more rolls than this. How could you not when they just keep bringing it to you?
Were we full? Never too full for dessert.
I know I said I would have birthday cake for Saturday’s birthday girls but Cold Stone was calling my name. Actually, the chocolate dipped waffle bowls were looking for me.
Is it good or bad that the owner of Cold Stone saw me and made sure to point out their supply of chocolate dipped waffle bowls? I think I made him uncomfortable one too many times on the occasions his store was lacking in the waffle bowl department.
As amazing as this looks, the best part about it is that I wasn’t the only one in my party to order it.
Why was someone else’s sundae a good thing for me? Well, I just knew part of their waffle bowl would end up mine.
The trick is to always dine with someone not only willing to share but someone who gets full easily.
No one understands where I put all of this dessert but after a lengthy discussion on the topic, I explained that my stomach just has an extra compartment for sweet stuff.
There is always room. If you don’t believe me, I challenge you to dinner followed by dessert. Bring it on.
I NEED TO KNOW:
How is the weather by you?
Do you always have room for dessert?
Would you share your waffle bowl with me or would you be able to finish it on your own?
Ever experience All-You-Can-Eat Sushi?
Do you remember the TJ peanut butter I am talking about?