I was teasing you. We seldom have that problem at our house since I don't remember ice cream staying around long enough to get sticky.:lol
Boy I just missed the greatest picture. I looked out the window and the most beautiful horse was galloping through my yard. By the time I got the camera out of it's case, I would only have had a picture of his least attractive side, so I didn't take one. I did lay the camera right beside the door though and hopefully he will decide to stroll back by.
Skinny Cows come in mint and strawberry shortcake? Oh my. I think the prices are higher here because they are "imported", and there's the $exchange, and taxes, and more taxes, and a higher price so we buy local. I dunno. Gotta find me some at a more reasonable price.
I'm craving some ice cream right now!
I can't figure out how to get the darn stuff home otherwise. DON'T LAUGH, 6 months of the year here it's way below freezing!!!:shrug How does one transport ice cream in warm weather?:lol
:yeahthat I KNOW! It's just so wrong, but that's their company formula. I think last I heard you needed at least a million -- in Canada at least. Of course, in some provinces there is enough towns close enough together that I'm sure Ikea must be all over the place. Just up here on the ol' praries it's a heck of a lot of hours to get anywhere else of signifigance.
Love it though! But am soooooo jealous of your shops! Ha, our city is #1 in Canada for mail order, go figure!:doh