Brother Emsworth Tue Apr 2 15:38:55 2002|
Re: Marshmallow chickies and bunnies!
> this is what i'm saying - they're best when older and more crunchy (if you
> open the package a bit, they get that way faster.
Well, we removed most of them and placed them in a glass candy jar soon after purchase. This year, just put them in a resealable plastic bag.
> wow - white? don't think i've ever seen them in such native coloration...
Which is why the mater purchased them. Last year, could only find pink bunnies.
> gad, i hope so....you aren't even giving him jelly beans for company?
Sadly, we have no jelly beans either. The Peeps were the only Easter candies purchased this year. However, suppose he can exchange grievances with the raspberry Tootsie Roll Pops.
> *sigh* - the ability to allow candy to remain uneaten....afraid it is a
> sign of advancing age and maturity (that, or your recent injuries
> prevented you from getting to them - glad you are out again, btw.)
Also the result of purchasing three to five sacks of Tootsie Roll Pops, and I forget how many bags of Tootsie Rolls. As for my current status, started using a cane a couple days ago, which makes it much easier to carry things or fetch the mail. Still concerned about the arm, though (be at least another month before full range of motion is regained, if not longer, at present rate.)
> although personally i could never get much into tootsie roll pops -
> something about that dark orb, lurking within the colorful candy shell and
> shadowing the bright colors with it's stolid density. (wow - you must be