Monday, November 30, 2015

Another Crown, What Fun! (Part 1)

So, here we are again. Continuing with my multi-million dollar treatment plan, I'm on to tooth #5, the one next to the canines, on the right.

My those front teeth are pretty!
Dr. S came in and numbed me up (I originally typed "nummed" me up, but that's how porn starts...)

The Instruments of Torture
Sufficiently numbed (not "nummed"), he goes to town on poor little #5, but stops after about 30 minutes.

Bad news, he said.

I need a root canal on this tooth.  The infection wasn't bad, but it was enough.

Luckily, he was able to score an appointment with Dr. Kathy Tyler of Endodontic Associates for later that day.

So, off I went after getting some lunch.

Wow, her office sure is a lot... nicer... than my little strip mall dentist's office!

It's like a "Pretty Woman" version at a dentist's office - I feel too poor to be here
Although, no matter how much they filter the air, you can still tell it's a dentist office!

I filled out some paperwork and agreed to the horribly obnoxious cost of $1105, should my insurance not cover the procedure. (If it WAS covered, I *only* owed $255...)

Soon, a hygenist/assistant called me back and had me sit in a (really comfortable) chair, then took some x-rays. I like that they have the machines right in the same room - no need for the patient to get up for an x-ray.

Digital x-rays, now served tableside
The tooth in question is the one on the right, with the big white dot (an old filling)
Next, Dr. T came in and numbed me up. I don't know what type of topical anesthetic they use, but it sure works a lot faster than Coast!  She topically numbed the gum area, then within seconds was going in with the big guns - again, MUCH stronger stuff than what Coast uses.  She left me there to enjoy the view for a few minutes, until I was totally numb.

The endodontist's workstation is behind the chair, so when they lower you down, it's all within reach
Very tropical, with lush greenery and bamboo
Once I was numb from my nose to my chin (felt that way anyway), it was time to go in.  I politely explained the iPod and sunglasses, and then disappeared.

Halfway through the procedure, she tapped me on the shoulder. I pulled out one of my earbuds to hear what she was saying. She had pulled out the root by then, and she was actually SHOWING it to me!  (I'm a curious person, and had already peppered her with questions before she began). It was about the length of a grain of rice, but very thin, like when you pull a string from the hem of your shirt or something. It was also very white.  She said that when roots die, they shrivel up to be very skinny, but when they're still alive, they look like a tiny tapeworm. Um, eww? But, cool!

She finished up and added root filling, to fill the holes where the roots were, then we took another x-ray to ensure that she got everything she needed.

They clip on this cool Dental Dam to separate the tooth they are working on from the others and to keep the area sterile
Now you can see tht tooth has root filling and a temporary filling to get me through the next few days
Once that was completed, she gave me a prescription for Naproxen. I don't do well with Lortab, and Naproxen is just super-strength Aleve, so I knew it'd be fine. I paid the astronimically high bill and headed home. I called Coast when I got home and scheduled an appointment for December 2nd to come back and get finished with this part of the process.

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Happy Trails to Me? Nah - Critter Trail 5k Race Report

So, a while back, I needed to find a good November run. I was on track to finish a run per month again this year and didn't want to fail!

However, with runDisney volunteering and Thanksgiving, it didn't leave many options for runs. There was a local run that didn't seem too appealing, and this one. I'd never done a trail run before (well, except for Tacachale a few years ago, but I didn't KNOW it was a trail run until I was actually running...), so I decided to give it a try.

If you live in north or central Florida, chances are, you've heard of Silver Springs. They are the home of the Glass Bottom Boats!  My mom said that she used to take me and my brother all the time, but I have absolutely no recollection of this place.  There is also a water park connected to it called Wild Waters - I remember that, because of a church field trip when I was maybe 11? I had a huge crush on a boy I went to Sunday School with. I hung out with him all day that day.  Sigh.

Anyway, Silver Springs is in Ocala, about an hour away from home for me.  The drive was uneventful and I got there with plenty of time to spare.  I scored a pretty close parking spot, maybe 5 rows away from the entrance to the park.

My parking spot in relation to start line - the flags demarcate the race route
Also, if you live in NFL or CFL, you also know that Silver Springs had been struggling for years to stay afloat as "Nature's Theme Park."  Eventually, they couldn't, and the State of Florida swooped in and purchased the land, to conserve it as a State Park. Many of the locals were worried that Silver Springs as we knew it would be gone, but I can tell you, it's still here, in all of it's tacky southern glory.

Welcome to Silver Springs  - I'm standing in the middle of the race route right now
Past the worn and tacky entrance was packet pickup.  There were more people here than I was expecting, but it didn't take very long to pick up my bib.

Packet Pickup area - it was never super-busy
I had time to walk back to my car and drop off my goodie bag. Then I came back to check out the pre-race activities.

As part of the Real Florida Days Autumn Festival (which was going on at the same time as the race), the State Park Rangers had one of their horses out for everyone to touch.

Oooooh, horsie
There were a few other exhibitions, like fire demonstrations (which smelled great!), specialized plant and animal demos.

Soon, though, we all headed to the entrance, which was the start line.

When there's no corrals, I just hang out in the middle and to the side
Behind me
The race organizers were a bit behind, so we were all just kind of hanging out for a while.  Plenty of time for a footsie.

Peacock Sapphire Sparkle Skirt
With not much pomp or circumstance, we were off.  We ran through the parking lot (hi, car!) and headed onto some trails. Okay, shit just got real. Let's see if I like trails.

Route marker up ahead, turn left
I'm pretty sure I began to hate trails way before Mile 1. Granted, you can't see much of me in the photo below.

#306 sure looks like she's having fun though! (And, girl, you have GOOD LEGS!)
Very quickly, "trail" turned into "sandy dirt road."  I hate shit like this.  It's like a manlier version of a beach. It's soft, it's shifty, and it gets all up in your shoes. This went on for a long time (I'd say 2 out of 3.1 miles).

Everyone was walking on the side of the trail, rather than deal with this sugar sand
Eventually, I made it to Mile 1.  Thank God. Only 2 miles to go.

Why is there a decimal?
I like that, in addition to Mile markers, they had Kilometer markers.

The "K" signs were much smaller, though
I trudged my way to Mile 2.  I was amazed at all the people pushing (or trying to push) regular strollers.   Maybe they didn't realize that "trail" meant "trail?"

Watching her deal with the sugar sand was especially funny
This lady had a hell of a time pushing that damn stroller, and yet she was STILL ahead of me...

Show off!
Coming out of the trail system, we made it to Mile 3.  I can hear the finish line around the corner, and man, am I glad to just finish!

No decimal this time
I see it, there's the finish!

At least there was a good crowd who stuck around to cheer us in
Fancy photo (from Friends of Silver Springs Facebook Page)
Yay! I finished my first on-purpose trail race!  I came in at 54:24, which, given the fact that it was trail run insted of a road run, wasn't that bad for me. (Yes, you speedy people who can run 10 or 15ks in that time - you can suck it.).  I was 11th in my age group out of 14. I was 124th out of 172 total runners, so I beat 48 people. I don't think I've beat that many people in a tiny race before, so there's that...

There was a video of all the runners coming through the finish line, and you can see that I have ZERO FUCKS to give at this point. I'm practically stomping my way to the finish line!

Anyway, I drank some water and headed over to the post-race party tables.  There were very nice and very sweet older folks (Friends of Silver Springs members) manning the tables.

She looks like she's picking her butt
There were platters of sandwiches from Blue Highway, bagels, and, weirdly, a huge box of fortune cookies! 

I like that Blue Highway told us what was in the sammiches
I ended up with a bagel, a sammich and a fortune cookie (yes, I actually EAT fortune cookies).

Bagel, Fortune Cookie, Italian Sub
Better view of Italian Sub
Unfortunately, there was nowhere to sit, and I didn't want to cramp up anyway, so I carried my plate back to the park.

I passed the entrance to Wild Waters on the way back, and I was sad to see how old it looked. I'd only been once, but the memories I had were good ones.  It's set to close for good next year, sometime around Labor Day.  I'd like to go back one more time, but I doubt that will happen.

Oh, Wild Waters... How far you've fallen
I headed back into the Silver Springs part of the park and checked out what had become of it, once it was turned into a State Park.

The curved area in the photo below is a promenade or porch that has shops on one side - touristy shops, fudge, ice cream, that sort of thing, but also informational stuff, since it's an actual "Park" now.  I didn't go in anywhere, but did sit at one of the tables outside to eat my race food. the sammich was good, but had some sort of spread or dressing on it that had sogged up the bread.

There was some sort of festival or fair going on, as there were lots of tables set up. More of what I saw earlier before the race - plants for sale, a guy with snakes, some chalk art competition or something. A really weird mix of stuff!

I was happy to see that the World Famous Glass Bottom Boats were still running.

These boats have windows on the BOTTOM of the boats so you can see down into the springs
 Silver Springs Selfie!

Nostalgia shot - in case this view disappears in the future
I walked along a sidewalk, all the way around the spring, for a while, then came back, and happened upon a holiday recital. Most likely a local dance studio (I'm WAY to familiar with holiday recitals...).  I stuck around to watch for a while, but, out of courtesy, I stayed away from the crowds (since most of them were family members, and I knew I would be making snorting, laughing noises... I'm a Judgy McJudgerton.)

Anyway, this was painful to watch.  You can't tell from the one pic I posted, and I decided against posting the videos I took, because I remember being these girls, but damn - dance like you mean it, girls!  There was so much "I don't give a shit" in these performances, it was painful to watch.

For instance, the girl on the far left - see how she's got her hands out and really tucking her knee in? She wanted to be there.  All of the other girls should look exactly like her, but none of them were giving it their all, so it was all half-assed, going-through-the-motions.

I stood through a few different groups - some of the younger girls were cute, there were 2 older girls who were owning it - but all in all, not a glowing review of that dance studio. "Come to my dance studio! I'll teach your girls how to vaguely sway in time to music!"  Yeah, no.

I remember being a girl like this, at Fame, then at St. Pete Dance Company - I loved it!
After the dance recital torture, I headed back to the car. After un-gearing myself and clearing out my pockets, I checked my fortune cookie. How fitting.

This one's a keeper
I was getting ready to leave, when I happened to look down and saw - GASP! - my wedding ring was GONE!!!!

I wear it on my middle finger instead of my ring finger. Many years ago, my fingers got super-fat and I had to have my ring resized. It cost over $200 because I went up like 2 or 3 sizes.  Now that my fingers aren't nearly as fat now, I refuse to resize it back down - I paid for this gold, bitch!  So, I wear it on my middle finger.  I've explained to my husband why, and joked that when I get to the weight I want to get to, he can buy me an anniversary ring to fit on my ring finger.

Oh noez!
After checking and rechecking every nook and cranny I could check, I called Hubby and asked him I'd left my ring in the kitchen. Nope. In the bathroom? Nope. Nightstand? Nope... Shit.  He suggested I walk the trail again and see if I can find it. I love him, but can you imagine trying to find a wedding ring on a sandy trail covered with pine needles? I would never find it. I told him so, and I could hear how sad he was. Then he said he found it!!!!  I left it on the bookshelf in my office when I was lubing up my bra area this morning!  Yippee!! (He met me at the front door when I got home and made me put it back on).

Crisis averted, I needed to go get some lunch. I could tell that I was on the verge of passing-out-hungry, so I found a very close Wendy's and grabbed a Frosty and a Kid's Meal. 

Post-Race Vanilla Frosty
I was eating that kid's meal while driving down the road heading towards the Paddock Mall.   I saw this Jeep and had to shame it. See that pink in the back? Yeah, that's a CAR SEAT. And yeah, there's a KID in that CAR SEAT.  A Jeep with no doors with a kid in a car seat. Is that even legal?

Seriously? What if she got hit by road rubbage or something?  This is SO NOT SAFE!
So, I'm driving down the road, and I see, in the distance, a big yellow sign.  I've seen that sign before, but not in a long time. Is it? Could it be?  It IS!!!  It's a Long John Silver's restaurant!  I literally gasped and threw on my blinker.  I freaking LOVE Long Johns. I've chronicled my LJS love on this blog before, but I can't say it enough. Greasy, crispy, deep-fried planks of heaven.  I love LJS.

I took this photo to tease my daugher - she also loves the LJS
I threw away my (mostly uneaten anyway) kid's meal and headed inside. I get my favorite - the LJS Sampler (1 chicken, 1 fish and 3 shrimp, fries and hush puppies, with some Crispies), and sit down to pig out on this greasy plate of heaven.

Greasy, so bad for you, but so good!
I'm pretty sure I saved the chicken for later (Pocket Chicken™), but I snarfed down on the rest of it before heading to walk it all off at the Paddock Mall.  I think I stuck around for an hour or so, checked out some clothes at JCPenney, then headed home.

Somewhere between Ocala and Home
Unfortunately, I didn't miss the rain, but it wasn't too bad while I was on the interstate (why yes, I do take pictures while driving down the road... you text - who's safer?)

Once home (and wearing my ring again), I checked out my goodie bag and it's contents. I got a shirt, a bunch of old Silver Springs and Wild Waters promo items, all inside a reusable Publix grocery bag. 
Regular (not tech) t-shirt
Granola bars from the post-race table
Old school neoprene sunglass holder
Fresh new Publix bag
Hand-clapper noisemaker, nail file, lip balm, pen and coaster
So, did I like the trail race? No. Am I going to do another one? Probably not. I don't like the path I'm walking on shifting underneath me. Especially if I'm running (which I didn't do much of, because of the shifting). If it had a medal, I would think about it. But a trail race with NO medal and NO tech shirt and NO good after-party? Nah.

Location: Silver Springs State Park
Host: (Who put on the race) Friends of Silver Springs State Park
Race Fee: $27.50 ($25 + Sign Up Fee)
Packet Pickup: Before Race
Parking: Ample
Support: (on-course) 1 water stop; very cheerful volunteers
After Party: Sandwiches and fortune cookies; free entry to SS Park for runners

Sunday, November 8, 2015

More like a Quarter Marathon - Wine & Dine Half Marathon 2015 Volunteering Report

This year was our second year volunteering for runDisney's Wine & Dine Half Marathon weekend.  It's a night race, which is different from a lot of other Disney races, and I love it.

After packing the car and grabbing donuts, we left around 10am.  We made a WaWa stop for snackage and arrived at the expo around 12:45 (we were running late, as usual).

Wawa $13.53
$1 each Herr’s Hot Chips (Me and the Kiddo)
$1.50 Each King Size Candy Bar (Me – Twix; Hubby– Butterfinger Bites)
$1.49 SC&O Chips (Hubby)
$2.79 “Meat Cup” (Pepperoni w/Cheese and Crackers – Kiddo)
$1.19 Each 32oz Soda (All of us)

We had to park way far away, but we were lucky enough to catch a shuttle to the entrance.

See those tall palm trees? We need to go WAY over there
The Kiddo and I sat in the way, way back, in the backwards facing seat.
I look like a grimacing thumb with hair
There's those palm trees, and we're still not really close to the buildings
We were dropped off at the front of ESPN, which is still quite a walk, up the sloping sidewalk, to the HP Field House.

The entrance to ESPN Wide World of Sports
Up the hill to the Jostens Center and HP Field House
We checked in for our shift, and asked if any spots had opened up (we were unable to sign up for any race spots - we were wait-listed for the whole weekend except the Expo). Unfortunately, nothing was available, but we were told to keep an eye on our email in case something came available. We were given our shirts, and our lunch, and we headed off to eat and change.

View from the upper portion of the Jostens Center - gEAR bags were in the back left corner
This year, we were assigned to gEAR Bags, rather than Packet Pickup. Can I just say that I love gEAR bags SO MUCH MORE than bibs?  Much easier, people aren't stressing as much, don't have to pay as much attention to details (with bibs, there's IDs and signatures and paperwork, oh my!). Here, I would just take your bib, rip off the bottom and give you your stuff. I loved it! Runners were a lot more talkative, asking great questions about the course and if it would be fun. Truly, a great spot to work at the Expo.

For those of you who have runDisney before and always wondered, what was behind that huge black curtain? It's shirts. Lots of shirts. LOTS OF SHIRTS.  You're welcome.

I think each bundle had either 5 or 10 shirts, folded together. Just pick up a bundle to restock the area
At one point, my WaWa caught up to me and I headed over to the potties, but I saw that Jeff Galloway was on the floor and his line was super-short. I popped in line, thanked him for helping me to get running and got my photo taken. I just wish I had something he could have autographed for me.

Yay! My second photo with Jeff Galloway!
Our shift ended at 7:30 and we checked out for the night, then headed to our hotel, Champions World Resort (cough*resort*cough) and checked in. Nothing fancy, it had 2 double beds and a refrigerator and microwave. It was a Hotwire Secret Price hotel, and we spent $33 per night.  After taxes and whatnot, it was $75.  Worth it for 2 nights.

View from the front door (yeah, we'd already slept when I remembered to do photos)
I hate that hotels don't do thick blankets anymore - this hotel has THIN blankets between two flat sheets
Standard hotel bathroom; toilet and bathtub in separate area to the left, 'closet' to the right
Old school ROUND toilet (because door barely clears the bowl), and tub/shower combo
We always unplug the stupid hair dryer and use the extra outlet for our charging stuff
'Closet' with hangars that can't come out, ironing board and safe

We probably grabbed some dinner, but I can't remember where we ate, and if I can't remember, chances are nothing fun happened. So, we ate dinner... then went to bed.

Saturday morning, we decided to drive to Downtown Disney Disney Springs. We've been avoiding it because there is so much construction right now, but we were curious to see the progress. We parked in the super-cool new parking garage, and were way too enthralled with the tech.  There are light-up signs on each level that tells you how many spaces are available!  At each parking spot, there is a light that shines to tell you the spot is available. It's really neat (or I'm really a dork - probably both.)

We went up to the roof for a bird's-eye view of Disney Springs, though the Kiddo stayed far away from the edge of the roof (she's no fan of heights!). Once I was done, we took the cool escalator down one level, then took the elevator to the ground floor.

View from the top of the Westside Parking Garage (the ball in the middle is Planet Hollywood)
Looking left to Cirque, Disney Quest, Splitsville and AMC Theaters where you can watch and dine at the same time)
Though the fences are very high and safe, the Kiddo will not go any closer to the edge.
Another shot of DisneyQuest and Splitsville
Escalator with safety panels
We've never been fans of Downtown Disney's WestSide, so there wasn't much for us to comment on. Splitsville looked fancy, as did the AMC theater. Mostly, we just high-tailed it to the other end of Disney Springs to the bus stop.  While walking, we debated on what we wanted to do, and The Hubby was basically, I don't care, as long as there's food involved. He hadn't eaten anything that morning, and had gone from happy to hangry at the drop of a Mickey Ear.

We kicked around a lot of ideas, but he was no help in making a decision, so I said let's just go to Roaring Fork at Wilderness Lodge. We can get food, then boat over to the MK. So that's what we did, although by the time we got there, it was already lunch time, so no breakfast for me.

Breakfast/Lunch @ Roaring Fork $36.80
$10.79 each – Bacon Cheeseburger w/fries (One for each of them)
$6.99  - Kid’s Chicken Nugget Meal w/fries, cookie and soda (Me, I think it's a great deal!)
$2.99 each – Adult Soda (One for each of them)

Boating to MK is the best!
If I ever get a boat, it will be because of beautiful days and trips like this one
Preparing to come ashore
Relaxing on my own little boat
It's a beautiful day at the Magic Kingdom
Hello, beautiful Christmas decorations
Once we got to the Magic Kingdom, we let the Kiddo roam free, while hubby followed me around while I took photos of the Christmas decorations.

Up at the top of the train station, we ran into the Kiddo. She loves people watching from up here!

Ssssshhhh! Don't spook the wildlife
Here's some of my favorite Christmas (and non-Christmas) photos from this trip.

I do wish there weren't huge guy wires... Ruins the pictures
They're a little less noticeable in this shot
Hello, Mr. Nutcracker
Guarding the tree
Walking through the poinsettias
Balloons and Decorations
Fab shot!
Gas lights and Helium balloons
Celebrate a Dream Come True just ended!
Hello, beautiful!
Pinocchio and the Fountain
Pluto and the Fountain
Goofy and the Fountain
Chip 'n' Dale and the Fountain
Hubby and I took a break and headed to the PeopleMover.

At 3, we met up with the Kiddo at Big Thunder and took a ride around the mountain.

She'll probably never NOT wave to people on this ride
This here's the WILDEST ride in the wilderness!

At this point, I was feeling pretty hungry (I'd not had a big lunch), so I declared it time for funnel cakes!

Snack/Dinner @ Sleepy Hollow $19.14
$5.99 each – Funnel Cake with Extra Sugar
FREE - 3 Large Ice Waters

When you ask for extra sugar, they just tell you to say 'when'
Three funnel cakes and eight pounds of sugar later, we hit up Jingle Cruise for a festive cruise along the Nile.

Jingle Cruise tree
Sign near the boat loading area
We wandered around more, just people watching, until about 7pm.  The family hung out in the new grassy area while I took some night shots of the castle, then we watched the Castle Lighting show. This spot is kind of far to really get a good view of what is going on, but I really just like seeing the castle, not so much the show.

Astroturf, not real grass
I love the colors
Beautiful blue castle
During the Castle Lighting show
Fully iced over with lights
Ta Da!

Once the castle was lit, I moved over to the Liberty Square bridge and took some photos from my favorite angle.

Anytime I can get a water reflection, I'm all for it
There's more lights now, since they added the turrets
I think the green/blue is my favorite color combo, when the castle has lights
I also went around the back of the castle and took a few from the Tomorrowland side.

It's so dreamy!
Not tilted enough to be artsy, but it's still a great shot!

Reflection isn't as good on this side
Once we were done, we bused over to Hollywood Studios. Sadly, this would be the last year they did the Osborne lights, and I wanted to see as much of them as possible. (Sure, we'd be coming back soon for Special Olympics volunteering, with a friend of ours, but you can never have enough O Lights!).

No, these aren't the Ozzy OsboUrne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights
The view looking towards Lights! Motor! Action!
The Jennings' Family 'Fireplace'
The ginormous light switch that turns it all on every night
In the middle of it all

We stayed for about an hour, but with the race starting soon, we wanted to head over to the Boardwalk to spectate the race. We'd never gotten an email, and around funnel cake time, we'd decided that even if we got an email, we probably wouldn't volunteer, since we weren't prepared nor had enough sleep to stay up all night.

We were awake enough to spectate though! (Me, not by much...) We bussed from DHS to the Boardwalk hotel and chilled out in their lobby for an hour, charging our tech and just enjoying the AC. I wasn't expecting the race to get to our area for another hour at least.
Trying to charge AND text at the same time (Hubby is on the other side of the fireplace)
Who thought these chairs were a good design idea?

Just before midnight, we stopped over at Seashore Sweets for some ice cream to eat while waiting for the runners. We grabbed a bench to people watch, and was wondering why no runners or pre-runner bike staff were coming by.

Snack @ Seashore Sweets $12.11
$3.99 Waffle Cone with Mint Chocolate Chip (the Kiddo)
$3.69 Each – Single Scoop Cup (Me, Mint Chocolate Chip; Hubby got Chocolate)
Ice water (me only)

Yummmmm, Edy's (Dreyer's for your West Coast folks)
Oh, oops. The runners don't come THIS way, they come THAT way.  We had to walk over to Yacht & Beach Club to be on the race route!  We finished our ice cream and walked around the lake.  Hubby found what he thought was a good spot, but I thought we could do better, so I told him to stay there, and I scouted ahead. I found a great spot, by the Mile 12 sign, that had other people, but more importantly, CHAIRS!  Family joined me and we waited for runners to come through.

Not a bad view while waiting for the runners
While we waited, we chatted with the other people waiting and discovered that, due to lightning in the area, the course had been cut in half, resulting in more of a quarter marathon, at only 7 miles long.  Between the "Splash n Dash" last year, and weather this year, it wasn't looking good for Wine & Dine weekends! (And, man, am I glad I didn't get a chance to sign up! I would've been ticked!)

Anyway, most runners still seemed cheerful as they passed by. Many took photos at the mile marker anyway, though I think we actually represented Mile 6 now. We stuck around until 1am, as long as we could, but we still needed to get back to our car at Disney Springs, and buses usually stopped running around 2am.

Mile 12? Mile 6? Who cares, we're running at Disney!
We headed to the bus stop outside the Beach Club and caught a bus driver who asked us where we were going and just chauffeured us.  There were also 4 really drunk folks on the bus with us, trying to get back to Hollywood Studios - they couldn't walk there because the walkway was still being used by runners.

After dropping them off, our super-awesome bus driver took us to the (not yet open) Westside bus stop!  We got our car and headed back to our (LOL) resort, and conked out for the night.

Sunday, sadly, we were just too damn tired!  We ended up just checking out, grabbing snackage at WaWa and coming home.

WaWa $17.11 total
$2.79 each (Meat Cup)
$1.50 Each (Reese Cup, me; 3 Musketeers – Hubby)
$1.39 Kit Kat White (Kiddo)
$.50 Nutty Buddy (Kiddo)
$1.09 Herr’s Cheese Curls (me)
$1.19 each 32oz Soda