Sunday, March 13, 2011

Too curious!

OK, so I have this friend from Toastmasters who says that he checks in at Frazzleberry ALL THE TIME! I can't imagine wanting frozen yogurt all the time. So far, I've noticed that he goes almost every day. The reason he posts publicly, I've learned, is that he gets 10% off each time he puts it on Facebook. But from the stuff I've read, once you try it---you will be hooked.
So I want to try this out. It's no where near any place I go on a regular basis however. It's on Hillside road in between Bell and Coulter. I'm so curious that I've done research, read reviews and even seen pictures of the frozen yogurt (which is not pretty btw). They charge by weight. It can be pricey. It's fat free frozen yogurt that comes directly from a cow, not processed powder. It sounds pretty yummy, but when am I going to have time to try something so special? Maybe I can eat my lunch and THEN clock out and try it. So my Lunch would technically be Dessert, but surely it would be worth it.

That said... my kiddos are on their way to Grandma's house. They should be there a few minutes from now. I am all alone (with three kitties).

Avi's at class and I got to finally catch up on all my "House" episodes. I think I like that show not just because of the medical drama (which is for some reason cathartic) but also because in some ways, Avi is a lot like the character, House. It helps to see Cuddy deal with him and yet understand him when no one else does. I like the fact that their relationship is so messy and painful. Too many times the relationships on TV are just too idyllic for me. It's not always like that. And most people don't even let it get messy. As soon as it does, they call it quits. I'm not saying that divorce is wrong all the time. I just think that people expect way too much from each other.

Off my soap box.

Health wise: dizzy and pain level at 6 because I'm not moving. I'm by no means comfortable, but at least I'm not in a huge amount of pain.

I get my hearing aids tomorrow. I'm nervous but happy all rolled up.

I don't want to go to work tomorrow. Ugghh.. Work is so yucky right now. Hopefully it won't stay this way. They turned our perfectly perfect team of 13 into a team of 9. I HATE involuntary moves. It is awful. I'm just kvetching because I'm so upset but I don't really have any way to complain about it. I just want to cry when I think about it.

My hope is that since the kiddos are gone I can :
A: Go visit Tina and the baby (Oh yes, John and Randy too)
B. Spend some time with my nephews.
C: Go to the movies with Avi.
D: Enjoy my time with Avi and not run around like a chicken with my head cut off, trying to dress children, feed children, comb children's hair, wash faces, etc...At least for 5 solid days.
E. I'd like to make Hamentaschen for Purim this Saturday.
And whatever else might happen...

Yippee I got to blog!


  1. COME OVER!!! We would love to see you...and us girls will go get some yogurt!! They have another place just like it at 34th & Bell too! They are the same and both very YUMMY!!

  2. Awesome. 34th and Bell is much closer! Oooooo yay!

  3. Hope you got to do some of the "wants" on your list. I'm recovering from my fun time with the kiddos. It's quiet, the laundry is doing itself in the washroom and I'm thinking about napping. Loved our conversation on the phone. Our relationship isn't perfect. We drive each other crazy, but I sure love you. Perhaps your relationship with me was prep for your husband? Could God be able to see that far in advance? I think so.

  4. PS. I'm glad you got to blog. You must rip the laptop from Avi's hands more often.