Oh god, I’m trying not to think about the bag of Hershey’s Miniature’s in my room that I bought and nobody knows about. MUST NOT EAT
For someone like me who has a serious sugar addiction, major holidays mean major problems. Some holidays aren’t so bad: St. Patrick’s Day is all about the booze, Fourth of July is all about the burgers, and Presidents Day is all about mattress sales. The big three for sugar junkies are Christmas, Halloween and Easter.
Here we go again.
When our kids were little, my Easter bunny process went like this:
- Buy supplies at least a week early so I don’t end up at the store the night before with empty shelves devoid of all but a few overpriced and/or inferior candy selections.
- Eat all the supplies.
- End up at the store the night before with empty shelves devoid of all but a few overpriced and/or inferior candy selections.
- Pin the checkout girl to an end-cap with my forearm across her throat screaming, “What do you MEAN you’re out of…
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