Friday, March 30, 2007


So someone else is coming to see the house tomorrow. Fingers crossed.

Thursday, March 29, 2007

What's News?

So the latest news is that the house is on the market ... It's been on the market for 2 weeks ... And we've had one brave soul tour the house. I guess what they said about the slow market is true. Our house is nice and at a good price point, so why don't people come??? Why?

Bundt Cake & the Buffalo Sabres

Catching up on the day's news, I found this article regarding the Sabres' latest win (WOOHOO!!!) .... it conjurs up images of the scene in My Big Fat Greek Wedding with the bundt cake for some reason ... Yo ... YohKEEN He ... He ... heeeeehSHT ...

Sabres Down Devils

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Jochen Hecht (YOH'-kehn hehsht) scored twice and Ryan Miller turned back 28 shots in Buffalo's 4-to-3 triumph over New Jersey. The game was tied 1-to-1 until Daniel Paille (PY'-ay) and Hecht scored four minutes apart midway through the third period. Ales Kotalik (AL'-ehsh KOH'-tah-leek) also scored as the Sabres expanded their Eastern Conference lead to seven points over the Devils, Ottawa and Pittsburgh. Zach Parise (puh-REE'-see), Scott Gomez and Paul Martin scored for the Devils, who remain tied with the Penguins for the Atlantic Division lead.

Monday, March 26, 2007

What will they think of next?

BOONVILLE, N.Y. (AP) -- A central New York dairy is raising eyebrows with their latest creation- wine flavored ice cream. After about two years of product development, Boonville's Mercer's Ice Cream has created ice cream in three different wine flavors. There's Ala Port Wine, Peachy White Zinfandel and Red Raspberry Chardonnay.
Officials at the small, locally-owned Oneida County dairy say the new flavors are finally being scooped up by restaurants in New York City. A marketing consultant for the business thinks they've got a national product on their hands. The idea originated several years ago when Mercer's officials were working Pride of New York product fairs, displaying ice cream next to their counterparts from area wineries.
But if you want to taste the new confection, better bring along your ID. The ice creams each have an alcohol content of five percent and won't be served to minors.