I love Thursday evenings. They bring with them that we're-almost-to-the-weekend excitement. So here I sit, editing images, and I decided to put a couple of personal shots up on the blog.

Elias asked me for a dollar this morning so he could buy a doughnut from the 4th graders who were selling them before school. I negotiated a cleaning deal, and within 30 minutes, his room was sparkling (all the way down to his closet floor). He'd certainly earned his money, so I handed it to him and off he ran to buy his treat before school. Sadly, the 4th graders had grossly underestimated the popularity that doughnuts have with elementary school kids (and, *ahem* all of humanity), and the doughnuts were sold out in record time, leaving Elias salivating and empty-handed. I decided rather than getting doughnuts after school, we'd enjoy one of the beautiful things about living in California :: Pinkberry Yogurt. I'm pretty sure that in heaven, there is all-you-can-eat Pinkberry Yogurt and In-N-Out Burgers on every corner. Yup. I'm pretty sure of that.

So, on this lovely Thursday night, the family enjoyed frozen yogurt (Maura is a big fan). Happy almost-weekend, everyone! webM_2014.jpg
blogM_2017.jpg

February 3, 2011

I love Thursday evenings. They bring with them that we're-almost-to-the-weekend excitement. So here I sit, editing images, and I decided to put a couple of personal shots up on the blog.

Elias asked me for a dollar this morning so he could buy a doughnut from the 4th graders who were selling them before school. I negotiated a cleaning deal, and within 30 minutes, his room was sparkling (all the way down to his closet floor). He'd certainly earned his money, so I handed it to him and off he ran to buy his treat before school. Sadly, the 4th graders had grossly underestimated the popularity that doughnuts have with elementary school kids (and, *ahem* all of humanity), and the doughnuts were sold out in record time, leaving Elias salivating and empty-handed. I decided rather than getting doughnuts after school, we'd enjoy one of the beautiful things about living in California :: Pinkberry Yogurt. I'm pretty sure that in heaven, there is all-you-can-eat Pinkberry Yogurt and In-N-Out Burgers on every corner. Yup. I'm pretty sure of that.

So, on this lovely Thursday night, the family enjoyed frozen yogurt (Maura is a big fan). Happy almost-weekend, everyone! webM_2014.jpg
blogM_2017.jpg



Comments
alison says:

LOOOVE pinkberry! I think I might like Red Mango better, though. So, here's the question...is it sugar free, or did you use a point? I have a gift card to pinkberry and I need to use it, but I didn't know if it was sugar free or not.

(02.04.11 @ 02:42 PM)