The secret’s out: I have a cold. Not only that, I gave it to Lauren. We are none too happy.
For lunch we souped at Bagel Palace. We were given a choice between traditional chicken noodle soup and just plain noodle soup. We never really asked what the difference was, so we went with traditional and received this:
It tasted fine, nothing special. I wouldn’t be shocked to learn it came from a can.
We were then seen by the incomparable Dr. Brown of the Black Cherry family:
He prescribed plenty of bed rest and plenty of liquids. Luckily, Dr. Brown is also a liquid so I drank him right up. As an aside: how good is Dr. Brown’s Black Cherry? The Celery’s pretty good too, but I’m a Black Cherry man.
And tonight, of course, more soup from Doc Chey’s. Here’s a quandry: Doc Chey’s is pick-up, not delivery. When I went to pick it up, I paid with a credit card and there was a line for “TIP.” Why should I tip for a pick-up? No service was given, just a brown paper bag handed over a counter. Am I wrong? Am I right? Anyone?
The soup was good. Lauren and I watched “Triplets of Bellville” on DVD. We both still have our colds.