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Ice Cream DENIED

Scott and I and our friends B.A. and S.M. raced to Ben & Jerry's last night around 8:25 p.m. after the Team Green mixer at The Big Bang Piano Bar, as B&J's had its free cone day yesterday.
Free and ice cream...two words that are pretty much irresistible when you match them up.

Sadly, we made it 25 minutes too late. The scoopers and mixers wrapped up their shifts and were tossing out the last remnants of Cherry Garcia and Phish Food as we woefully gazed into the store's glass front. A pity.

Luckily, we went to Publix after our amazingly stressless H&R Block session yesterday (tax mishaps, gotta love 'em!!!) and picked up pints of Whole Fruit Sorbet in Strawberry and Mango flavors, as well as some Purity (a Nashville brand) Vanilla Bean. If you like fruity and cold, Whole Fruit is what you need!

It wasn't Cherry Garcia, but it helped ease the pain.

More later!

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  1. Ice cream...the panacea for whatever ails you....
    When I asked an ice cream lover the other day what her favorite flavor was, she responded, "Well, it depends on my mood...."
    WOW...never thought of it like that!
    L in Georgia

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