Friday, March 24, 2006


I've been thinking about cravings this morning and I think I've discovered some. I'll start by saying "Frosted Lucky Charms ARE REALLY magically delicious!" Yeah, I'm guessing this one started about a month ago. I discovered them in the breakfast line at school the first morning I missed my breakfast at home. I thought to myself "I'd really like to have those Lucky Charms." After that morning, whenever I didn't eat at home, I knew Lucky Charms would be waiting for me in the cafeteria. This week, I've been on spring break, so Geron bought me a box of Lucky Charms to have at home. Gone in 3 days, people! AN ENTIRE BOX, ALL BY MYSELF!!! I think that constitutes a craving.

Another thing I've found that I want to gorge myself on frequently is Egg Drop Soup, but it has to be from the Plum Tree restaurant in Georgetown, KY. Needless to say, I haven't satisfied that craving yet. And I've attempted to by trying different chinese places around here--no good! I can somewhat gratify that craving through Ichiban ( a japanese restaurant that is
SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Good!) but Geron is experiencing burn out, so I'm not getting to much of that, either. If anyone figures out how to overnight anything from the Plum Tree (fried wontons, egg drop soup, steamed rice, egg rolls, general tso's chicken) and still maintain its heat and flavor, please please please be the miracle for me! Or if you want to chip in and buy me a round-trip ticket from Chattanooga to the Plum Tree (or the Lexington airport, since it would be easier to land the plane there) you can do that.

I think Geron is experiencing sympathy cravings as he has wanted to go to Sonic frequently for their chili cheese tots. (NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO thank you!)


Anonymous said...

I guess you remember what the leprechaun said to the folks who were eating his Lucky Charms. Here's a memory jogger--"Stay out of my Lucky Charms, or I'll blow your --- to pieces!"

heather honaker said...

i craved chocolate donuts, chocolate milk, root beer, and lemonheads. root beer and lemonheads were the strongest cravings!

Anonymous said...

I have a wonderful husband. I had Ichiban today for lunch--one word:

Thanks, honey!

Jenn-Jenn, the Mother Hen said...

I craved catfish from Cracker Barrell and beef liver and onions from Sam's Truck Stop. Oh, and fresh tomatoes off the vine and Popeye canned spinach (which is now Jamethan's favorite veggie)! Yummm.