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Thursday
Feb041999

best ice cream

re: blatherchat comments. Apologies to Annie Walker, who was partly responsible for the Jelly Belly shirt and club membership! Thanks, Annie!! And yes, I waited nearly a year before sending in that membership application, I am so Bad. I want to try that Crunchie-pop-rock confection the UKers are blatherchatting about...I'll have to take a look around here to see if someone has it.

Had fun with Allison and Jodi last night (do we EVER not have fun when we get together?? :) Ritual dinner at the Pickle Barrel, a bit of mall shopping, then back to Allison's to work on our harmony/arrangement workshop for FilKONtario.

Apologies for uploading the wrong version of the comic yesterday; I've fixed that.

The Best Ice cream In The World is the stuff made at Greg's Icecream on Bloor Street near St. George St. (on the University of Toronto campus). It's all made on the premises, and you can find different flavours there every day, depending on the whim of the owner. My favourites: Oreo (Lissa would love this! Too bad it won't ship well), green tea, pears & ginger, cinnamon, and maple cream. We picked a pint up of the last flavour when we went out with Helen...it's to die for.

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