Thursday, September 09, 2010

the best...

cream soda:




children's book


this after years of research.

11 comments:

A & A Hooper said...

mmmmm cream soda!
now i'm wishing someone was here to watch my babies while there napping so i could run quick to the store for some fluffy and creamy ... cream soda!
I hope all is well! I haven't blogged with you in forev!

Ashley said...

I totally used to look at that book as a kid!

emily said...

virgil's has the best creme soda AND root beer. hands down.

Sarah said...

I'll have to test them out for myself.

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my mudda' calls me jack said...

inexperienced in both.

Bethany said...

I don't think I've ever heard of that book-- we'll have to check it out! Oh, and yes, cream soda is wonderful. Have you had RED cream soda?? So good!

Bethany said...

Soo.... I tried to check out that book from the Glendale Library, and they don't carry it! She said it's probably because it's so old. Old books can't still be good??

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