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I Am On Air But, Need A Slurpee – Can Someone Go Get Me One?
I Am On Air But, Need A Slurpee – Can Someone Go Get Me One?
Today is 'Slurpee Day' at 7-11 in Selah and 7-11 on 16th & Summitview! Jazzy from those two 7-11's will be donating 50% of each Slurpee sale to our 10 Deeds In 10 Days! But, I am freaking out because, I am on the air and cannot leave! Help! Can someone please bring me a Slurpee? There is a catch, I have no money because, I donated it all to '10 Deeds In 10 Days!'
Sundaes on Mondays
Sundaes on Mondays
When I was growing up, my mom and dad would take my brother and I out to get hot fudge sundaes all the time. Neither one of us weighed much, so we both got away with it. Weight is catching up to me now, but I still go out for hot fudge sundaes and remember my awesome parents and the great times we had.
Gimme a sammich!
Gimme a sammich!
I suppose I could be considered a "foodie," although I can't afford to run around and try everything anymore. Getting  escargot or the dim sum for the price they cost is out of my reach. I prefer getting a simple sandwich that will satisfy my taste buds, fill me up and leave me with a happy feeling! Yakima Valley has these places!
Got any left?
Got any left?
Besides day-old pizza, Thanksgiving leftovers are the best. Starting from the turkey all the way to pumpkin pie. We usually eat them for at least three days. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are Thanksgiving leftovers. Why?
Fries with that?
Fries with that?
Today (Nov. 16) is National Fast Food Day and trust me, I do eat a lot of fast food. I have three kids, two very big dogs, chickens, rabbits, a huge garden and a husband. That is why I personally eat quickly.
Bad-news beers
Bad-news beers
I love to drink beer. I do it mildly and not to excess. It depends on where I am at and what is going on. I have a certain taste that I like as well, but I'm not picky -- I will drink any damn beer. (Well, except pumpkin spiced beer. Yuck!)
Pizza Pie Madness!
Pizza Pie Madness!
Domino's does have some amazing pizza. It is nice and juicy and always hits the spot. However, my friend who is Italian says that she doesn't like it because it is nothing compared to what her Italian grandma used to make. She says that it isn't even close to a real Italian pizza. So, this begs the question, 'why is Domino's opening shops up in the birth place of the pizza?'

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