Saturday, August 18, 2007

Er dir oys es harts

I am on the hunt! I just ran out of my favorite garbage bags! I don't know if they make them anymore! Oh the horror! or as I like to say, Oh the Hora! (Even though it has nothing to do with a traditional Jewish wedding dance) Anyway, I had these garbage bags since around 2000. They come 100 to a bag and they are perfect for bathroom waste baskets. They are Ruffies Color Scents 8 gallon med. garbage bags. I had the Tranquil Vanilla scent, even though I thought they smelled like a Dreamsicle... very pleasant. So why am I writing about garbage bags? Who knows, it's a Saturday morning and I am lamenting over the fact that I can't find these bags anywhere!
I could go on and on, but if anyone finds a bag of Ruffies, I will be your new best friend!

Yesterday, I worked a half day and brought home my 4 beautifully bodacious zucchini's... I'm so excited to start cooking\baking with them! Yesterday I also got together with someone I hadn't seen in almost 5 months. It was great to get her caught up to speed with what has been happening in my life... and it was freeing to say, 5 months ago I was someone else, and now, I'm not who I was.
There is healing and growth with time... God is good.
So world, Er dir oys es harts! (Eat your heart out).

After that I made my way over to the east side of St. Paul to hang with my favorite home slices, Kyle & Kelly. Kelly out did herself once again with a fabulous dinner of Jalapeno Cheddar Brats, Stuffed Piquillo Peppers, and Fresh Corn Salad. See her blog about the details: http://vlachmytastebudsoff.blogspot.com/ It was all soooo good! For dessert Kyle got me my all time favorite cookie from Turtle Bread Bakery; a Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk cookie! Yum Yum Yum! Very thoughtful of Kyle, I must say! After dinner we watched Harold & Kumar go to White Castle. Oh so very funny! As if that movie wasn't exciting enough, we decided to go out on the town... First we went to Candyland to get some sweets... and then we decided to go see the 35w bridge. WE ended up walking around the Stone Arch Bridge, and laughing and annoying Kyle with our MN history ignorance.
I couldn't see much of the bridge, so it was hard to say what I was feeling, although I just kept thinking about how often I used to use that bridge and now this. My heart still goes out to all those families dealing with their losses... Peace & Blessings.




1 comment :

Kelly and Kyle Vlach said...

I swear that mill blew up in WWII!

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