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Fashion, Flavor, Fun and PRIZES!!

I'm in heaven! I LOVE the new Yoplait Frozen Yogurt treats! Tonight for dessert, I just enjoyed their Greek Bars in Honey Caramel and I LOVE the tart and tangy taste with a sweet swirl. Plus their greek varities contain four to six grams of protein!

And that's not all, they also have their Yoplait Frozen Yogurt Original Bars too that come in cool summer flavors like Strawberry Banana and Harvest Peach and they're mixed with refreshing pieces of real fruit!

You can try some of these sweet treats with me this Thursday night at Zaffiro's Pizzeria and Bar in New Berlin at 7:30 when fashion meets flavor. That evening we'll be viewing an episode of Lifetime's Project Runway which will feature Yoplait Frozen Yogurt. You'll get an awesome swag bag and enter for a chance to win our grand prize - a $500 Visa prepaid gift card!

If you can't make it, definitely pick up a few boxes of the new Yoplait Frozen Yogurt treats at your local grocery store - they are divine!!!



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Re: Snuggle Time
Hey, Elizabeth. Make that two women in Milwaukee who side with you. Sorta. I completely agree that the bedroom is for sleeping, snuggling, and sex. Anything that interrupts those is a no-no. That said, maybe propose to DH that if he is not tired and is still willing to hold you while you drift off, he could quietly leave after an agreed upon amount of time to do what he needs to do to wind down and get ready to sleep. We do this with our kids. They get a certain amount of minutes of snuggling and then we're out. They feel loved and we get our own night time routine. You sound like smart people who care about each other. Figure this out. Chellie B
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