Another year, and another Valentine’s Day.
After seeing the effort Jack and Ben’s school put out, I realized I could not compete. But I still tried to keep some Valentine’s love showing up from time to time.
Adam asked me if he could buy me chocolates for Valentine’s Day. I have a real weakness for chocolate and when it’s in the house, well, I eat it. Not just that, but I become obsessed with it. I will leave it in hard to reach places to keep myself from eating too much. I will think about it constantly and then finally eat it, then curse myself later. When it runs out I’m like a strung out junkie rifling the cabinets, eating what’s left of the baking chocolate. Then at the store I break down and buy more all while vowing to swear it off forever.
Chocolate in the 2000s is what cigarettes were for me in the 90s.
So with great trepidation I nodded slightly when he asked if he could buy me some this year. I think my logic was something like, “I guess it’s okay? At least he’ll buy me the good stuff”.
That there is THREE pounds of high quality truffles. Still not sure what that means? Let me show you…
I put a matchbox car in there for perspective. There is going to be a lot of cursing going on in my head the next month!
Kind of put my mini meatloaf with ketchup hearts to shame, eh?
The kids still thought it was super cool. After a special cheesecake dessert they commented that Valentine’s Day is the second best day of the year! (Second to Halloween.)Pin It