Monday, October 29, 2007
Right now I am sitting next to my two favorite freshmen in the whole world... Katie and Megan. We are watching the Hills cuz no one showed up for bible study. So, I stole the cake from my RA meeting and we are endulging in it while gulping milk... Mmmm!
After we went and took photos of us reenacting the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Hint the Picture below.
Katie and Megan are from Salem, Oregon.
They live on 1A with me, Ruth. We meet some time this month and have lived happily ever since.
Posted by Ruth at 10:11 PM
You might say that I’m a little obsessed with the world of frozen yogurt.
Ok, “little” might be an understatement, but it’s just so good.
Frozen yogurt and I connected on a deep level when it saved my life… literally.
I became almost terminally ill during my sophomore year when I was unable to keep any liquids or food down for about a year and a half. I had a rare form of shingles of the stomach, but doctors didn’t discover this till I was on my deathbed. During this time I discovered golden spoon. One of the rare foods I could keep down on a good day.
So daily I made trips with my dad to get golden spoon. You would think that after having it on a daily basis for so long and that I can eat other foods that I would get tired of it, but now I just crave it even more. I would probably say that I use to get Golden Spoon at least 3-4 times a week, but now that I’m on a budget I’ve had to cut down to once a week. But really the health benefits are so good.
For the past couple of weeks my brother and I have been in a huge debate over Golden Spoon vs. Pinkberry. Really, nothing tops golden spoon. Well, Yogurtland is pretty good, but still. So after much debate I decided that I would give in and try it.
AMAZING! I got the plain flavor with strawberries, kiwi and bananas. The bitter taste of the frozen yogurt with the sweet taste of the fruit is a perfect mix.
It’s so good and therefore I must say that it tops Golden Spoon on the chart of Frozen Yogurt.
Thank God I can eat again!
Posted by Ruth at 9:20 PM