Monday, May 22, 2006

Thanks A lot Wendys

So, for reasons I am not going in to now, I am eating much, much less cholesterol and fat nowadays. I have mostly been watching what I eat during lunch. I recently have been enjoying the Wendy's Chicken Grill and a side salad (just replace the fries with salad, a good deal). Then yesterday, Kacey noticed on the Wendys web site that this sandwich has 70mg of cholesterol!!! What?!?! This is more than a Classic Single!! Unreal. So, we did some thinking and Arby's has Chicken Natural sandwiches. 0mg of cholesterol, cool. And, I can get a baked potato with alittle butter, and there you go! So, thanks Wendys for ruining your chicken sandwich. Man, how hard do you have to try to make a chicken sandwich that unhealthy for you!

Friday, May 19, 2006

Maybe I Can Help

If you are a Comcast cable customer, and missed that 70's Show Finale, come on over. We DVR'ed it (as we are on Insight). Too bad we don't watch Will and Grace, or CSI, or OC, we would have recorded them as well for those of you that went through this.

Wednesday, May 17, 2006


Yeah, so I am hooked. This is now my favorite thing to do during lunch. Somehow, I see it as a break. I like this particular one because it has a nice interface.

Indystar Daily Sudoku

I like to do 3 stars and below without notes. Not many 4 stars, so haven't attempted it without notes yet.

In other news, we are still planning on Italy this fall. We still need ideas! Surely a reader out there somewhere has been and has an idea or two. We are contacting the travel agent soon.

Lastly, my good friend Tom and his wife are moving in next door. There will be one house in between the two of us. They are great people, and Tom and I have been roommates before, so I know we can get along. We were roommates when I met Kacey and he met his wife. Finally, we will know a neighbor!

Thursday, May 04, 2006


Well, I would like to thank Anthony Johnson for showing up to play in this series against the Nets. Especially game 6; AJ had the game of his career, literally! O'Neal, on the other hand, only showed up for one game. AJ is undoubtedly the MVP of this team in the series for having the heart it takes to win games. As for the others, well, the bench didn't even score in game 6. The combination of AJ (and Granger) and whatever new talent the Pacers will pick up this summer is what excites me about next year. He isn't the best PG in the league, but right now, he deserves the 1 spot for the Pacers.