We had dinner at Boston Market at Grant and Tanque Verde, then a stop at Target to buy Lucky a couple of new dog toys and other random stuff, and a trip to Walmart Neighborhood Market on 22nd and Craycroft for our weekly grocery run.
|Chicken Market Bowl at Boston Market|
They didn't fill it as full as they usually do, but it was tasty.
|Here's a sign of the times:|
A Pastry Tart Maker (think Pop Tarts), a Cakesickle Maker, and a Cake Pop / Donut Hole Maker at Target.
|A cotton candy maker at Target.|
Clowns sold separately.
|Kellogg's Frosted Flakes - Reduced Sugar at Walmart Neighborhood Market|
"Not a reduced calorie food".
It is also the worst idea since sugar free candy.
|Kellogg's Frosted Flakes Chocolate|
They're brown... and grrrrrrreat!
|Jell-O Happy Birthday Mold|
This is not, I repeat not, a good substitute for birthday cake.
|Keebler Filled Pretzel Bites|
"Enlarged to Show Texture"
Looks like poo inside those things.
|The baked goods shelves were pretty empty at Walmart Neighborhood Market today.|
This discarded orange peel is not a good substitute for Entenmann's Donuts.
Nice try, Walmart Neighborhood Market.
|There were not a lot of Little Debbie Snack Cakes left.|
Someone tried to make me feel better about the limited selection by leaving a pizza fun party cup.
Not the same as Little Debbie Swiss Rolls. I cried inside.
|There weren't many buns left at Walmart Neighborhood Market, either.|
Putting a melon on the shelf is a poor substitute.
(By the way, I didn't put the orange peel, cup or melon on the shelves, I just took photos of what was already there).
|Justin Bieber peeks out from the cover of Teen Vogue in the middle of the magazine rack.|
I don't think it was an accident that he's right next to the prom magazines.