Monday, February 21, 2011

Life Time Fitness

Dear Life Time Fitness,

I just wanted to take a moment to say how much I love you! I joined about 6 months ago, and I could not be happier about that choice. The club is clean, the employees are nice, and the service is amazing. I can't say enough good things.

I would also like to specifically mention Jason, my membership coordinator, and Geoff, my personal trainer. They are both wonderful! Jason is always there to answer any questions I need, and I can tell he genuinely cares about how I'm doing. Geoff is SO nice, super friendly, and an awesome trainer. He kicks my butt, but he does it with a smile, and I know he's committed to helping me reach my goals.

You're awesome, Life Time! I tell everyone about you. Thanks for being a vital part of my well-being.

Warm Regards,
Shelly Cole


Hi, Yogurtology!

I've written you before to tell you how much I love you. Yogurtology is a life changing product. I'll never be satisfied by another frozen yogurt.

A while back, I asked about a more chocolatey chocolate. I was assured there was an attempt to get a richer version than chocolate frosty, but I haven't seen one at the Biltmore store. I may have missed it, but I doubt it. Any word on this? I really think it offers more flavor combinations than the slightly malted frosty flavor.

I also have some suggestions. My dad was telling about a cupcake he saw on cupcake wars that was part carrot cake and part oatmeal cookie. Of course, whenever I think oatmeal cookie, I think Yogurtology, so I thought, why don't they have a carrot cake flavor? I think it would be DIVINE! Also, you could make a cream cheese frosting flavor, which would pair well with the red velvet cake and the oatmeal cookie in addition to the carrot cake.

Think about it. That's all I'm asking. I love you!

Warm Regards,
Michelle Cole

US Airways Center

Dear US Airways Center,

About a month ago, I attended a Suns game. I hadn't been in a while, and I was reminded of a time when the Suns were a dream team. I was in about 4th or 5th grade when Majerle, KJ, and Barkley were on the team. It was such an exciting time! I remember cheering for them. I thought of these things as I purchased my nachos and red rope from the concession stand. Apparently you are nostalgic for those times, too, because I think the red rope I bought was probably purchased around the same time Barkley started saying, "I am not a role model."

I tried to gnaw through that thing, but it was so hard and tough that I couldn't even finish it between half time and the end of the game. I mean, I only spent a few bucks on it, and I realize the Suns aren't making as much money as they once were, but I think you could spring for some fresher licorice. Just a thought. I did enjoy the game, though. Thanks for listening!

Warm Regards,
Michelle Cole