That’s right! It’s all Scott‘s fault. He had to mention the white Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups in his comment to my original post today.
It’s one of those I need chocolate kind of days (but then again, that’s pretty much every day!) and I couldn’t get those white Reeses out of my head and had to go look for them. Couldn’t find the candy bar sized ones and had to but a whole bag of the miniature ones…. which is NOT good when you’re already skipping the gym (which I will blame on the laundry, and on Greg for leaving some paperwork at home, and asking me to bring to him at work).
BUT, most of the bag went straight into the kids’ candy bowl with all their Halloween chocolate, and most of what was left in the bag, I hid… hoping I will forget where I put it…. yeah… I’m not that forgetful. Yet.
Anyway… the white Reese’s Peanutbutter Cups are good, but not as good as the milk chocolate ones. I can eat them (I’m not THAT picky!), but I prefer the white chocolate KitKats.
Couldn’t go all the way to Indiana without making a trip (or two) to Albanese Candy Factory!! One of the many delicious things we bought, were these giant peanut butter cups. They’re so big, they could almost be a whole meal (well, calorie-wise anyway 😉 )
When we were at the store, we sampled a few things, and Melissa was all sad because she really liked the gummy bears last summer, and she can’t have them since she got her braces. One of the sales people overheard us and said that their gummies are the only ones known not to stick to braces! I let Melissa have a sample, and sure enough, they didn’t stick! Of course we bought them a bag full and the kids were happy little campers. Sadly, though, they didn’t have the Figaros (small chocolate squares with a hazelnutty taste), that we bought last summer.
Snow forts and snowball fights!
This technically counts as a vacation picture, too, since I took it on Christmas Day, literally on our way out the door, when we left for Indiana.
For Scott’s assignment.
With all the snow posts lately, I thought I’d find something else that’s white 😉
On our last day, New Year’s Eve, it warmed up just enough to make the powdery snow into a wet snow… perfect for a snowball fight and building a snowman.
Time for another self portrait, don’t you agree? 😉
Scott posted a new assignment on his blog today. You can check out the details here.
Silly girl threw snow up in the air, over her head. Minutes later she took her hood off and ended up with snow on her hair, in her jacket, and down the back of her shirt… putting an end to playing in the snow, because I had to take her back to the hotel room for some dry clothes.
Love it, love it, love it!