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Monday, June 28, 2004
trader joes come to madison please!!

Jo and I just heard that the amazing grocery store Trader Joe's is going to open a location in Madison!!!!!!! No idea when yet, but just the thought is wonderful. We did all our shopping at our old Trader Joe's back in NY and spent very little money on amazing, organic food with no preservatives- the kind of stuff Jo and I love. Even if they open one in Milwaukee sooner- we'll take trips to that one. We've already done big trips to a location out side of Chicago. There are specific foods I miss so much from Trader Joe's. For example, their $1.99 blueberry waffles are yummier than any frozen waffles ever. Their lemonade is wonderful, and their french onion dip blows Dean's away. I miss their frozen stir-fry meals; like the potatoes and veggies, or pasta and artichokes. I miss the soups and I miss there supplements. I miss their cereals terribly- and their coffee is the best around. Jo and I will be filled with joy when we no longer have to trudge through the hell that is Woodman's to get groceries. Oh yeah- and my sonogram turned out fine. No more cysts. I found out that my ovary was 6 times its usual size when the cyst ruptured. Ugh. I can't imagine why I didn't know that before- maybe being all drugged up I didn't catch that frightening piece of info. Now everything is the normal size.

posted by knit wit | 6/28/2004 03:14:00 PM

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