Or maybe I am.
I’ll let you decide.
Here is what we’ve been doing in Phoenix.
First, welcome gifts in my room at “Hotel Kim”
I’m not sure why she put those multi-grain pretzel nuggets in there. I think it was suppose to be a funny trick. Don’t worry, I didn’t fall for it and accidentally eat something healthy.
Next, a few lovely purple gifts from my friend Leigh Anne.
Have you seen these new premium M&M’s? Very tasty but we must warn you there is no candy coating crunch on the outside which felt a little wrong when popping an M&M in your mouth.
We got over it and ate them anyway. We’re flexible like that.
You may have already read about the WOW experience we had at Oregano’s on Sunday night with pizza and that amazing pzookie.
Monday I introduced my friends to a WOW straight from the Midwest and brand new to Phoenix.
Culver’s hasn’t made it to Georgia yet so I had to have the four food groups in the picture.
My oh my, who here has experienced Culver’s?
They are not in every state yet but when they get to yours, promise me you’ll order cheese curds in my honor.
Tuesday Kim took us to Butterfield’s for breakfast. Sorry, we forgot to take a picture of our eggs, bacon, sausage, crispy hashbrowns, pancakes and pecan waffle.
I would like you to know that I was the only one who didn’t eat pancakes.
Okay, I was also the only one who ate a pecan waffle.
Next, we headed over to Sprinkles Cupcakes for dessert.
You should know that we saved these for our afternoon
We kept telling each other it was okay to eat like this because we are
Because that’s what friends do for each other.
Just like Ann and Toni said when we had those vittles in North Carolina last weekend.
I may have a more serious problem then a sugar addiction.
Could someone call PhilBillPaul and tell him to get me in a recovery program as soon as I step off of the plane in Atlanta? In addition to the new wardrobe in a bigger size, I’m pretty sure I’m going to need some professional help after eating like this for
a week two weeks.