Feast or famine

January 16th, 2010

I get paid every other week. So I have what I call feast and famine.
When I come to blog, if it is famine, I get a house coffee for $1.53 with a refill.
What a deal! Great atmosphere and a feeling of accomplishment.
When it is feast (like today) I get a half turkey cranberry which I have mentioned before- which is (I know is a cliche) just to die for. Today, I also threw in a hot drink called a “Dirty Snowman” Perfectly respectfully in spite of the dubious name. Chocolate mocha with coconut. Yum!
I overindulged since last week was a tough week at work and outside. I think kids can be barometers and with the up and down of our weather, they react.
We used to have a field of Clydesdale
horse I used to drive by. I learned that the way they were acting in the morning was a good indication of how the kids would be. They are long gone, so I don’t always have that warning.
I narrowly missed two different groups of deer that bolted across the road – maybe I should have taken the hint?
But winter will soon be done and we know have this well known thaw for a little while.
I have been talking about Dr. King and his accomplishments. What a long way we have come.
Have a great weekend and hopefully the weather will work with you.

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2 Responses to “Feast or famine”

  1. taylhis on January 16, 2010 3:05 pm

    I had a turkey cranberry sandwich there I just loved; think it had blue cheese dressing on it too, is that the one you’re talking about? I really like their food (mushroom brie soup!!), but it’s a very occasional treat since their prices are high and I am never filled for long. I used to really enjoy their “bug juice” – smoothie with spinach, apple juice and a few other things. Sounds gross, but it was really good. Then there was that spinach recall, and they didn’t have bug juice for awhile and I don’t know if they’ve gotten it back. But anyway, glad you are able to treat yourself – you deserve it 🙂
    Wish the kids-behavior-predicting Clydsdales were still there!

  2. jamiahsh on January 16, 2010 11:47 pm

    The turkey cranberry sounds interesting… the bug juice not so much. Yes, a much deserved treat for a phenomenal lady 😀

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