Tuesday, February 24, 2009

A Confession of Sorts

I have a Valentine's Day confession to make. Oh, it's a bad one. VERY bad. *hangs head in shame* It may take a bit of rambling before I can get to the confessing. It's that bad.

Remember that yummy toffee I was savoring for nearly a month? Covered in dark chocolate? Oh, how I miss that toffee. No, I haven't ordered any more. I need to, though. It was so good.

For Valentine's Day my Hunny brought home some very pretty things he'd found in a department store, things which were deeply discounted, but perfectly suited to me. And I so needed new nighties. These are lovely. He also surprised me with Godiva truffles, a standing favorite. Or they were. A box of 18.

Y'all, I've eaten several. And they just aren't very good. WTH?!? They're more like cheaper chocolate now. The toffee has ruined me for anything less. It's horrid. Where once I could enjoy the dark chocolate or cappuccino Godiva truffle, I now munch and shrug. They're not bad. Just no longer delectable. I miss the toffee. I must have the toffee. Next pay check I think I'll order more. Yes, it's that good. I can't believe I'm a slave to sugar and chocolate. Dark chocolate. And almonds. Can't forget the almonds.

I'm drooling now. Are you happy, toffee people? Geez. I'd better stop before the keyboard short circuits.

Until I write again ...

Flea

15 comments:

Mental P Mama said...

LOL. It's good to have high standards;)

Mental P Mama said...

Oh. Are we going to see you modeling your nighties?

Daryl said...

Intervention might be necessary ... did you make sure Hunny knows your heart belongs to toffee?

Karen said...

I have a worse confession. I bought a box of toffee for my husband for Valentine's. And I hid it so that I could eat it myself. Oh, the shame.

Trisha said...

Gee - maybe I should try that toffee! I have been resisting the temptation but you make it sound so wonderful.

Your husband, by the way, is such a sweetie!

April said...

Wow. I'm salivating from your post. You had me at "almonds". LOL

judi said...

Lust of almonds and chocolate is an ugly thing.
You did right to confess.
Alas, I fear you are not telling the whole truth. There is more isn't there, purrge yourself of the blight that taints you... Oops, I fell into projection mode.. :D
I've got a chocolate abcess thing going on.

Ellyn said...

It's so sad to see the life a good lady such as yourself ruined by chocolate.

I think you should have that box you are ordering rerouted to my house. I am only trying to save you from yourself here.

k said...

Where's the Godivas - I'll take them

Karen said...

I need to try these toffees. Really, that good. A friend of mine gave me Toffee and Carmels for Christmas and they were awesome. I need to find that box, so I can remember the name. Hmmm. You ever had See's chocolate? I think its worlds better than Godiva. Maybe I need to send you some so you can be the judge of that.

Flash Stitcher said...

Oh how I love toffee. In a pinch, a Heath Bar will do. Sees chocolate has great toffee. I will confess that I have not ordered from your toffee place but will, cuz I love toffee too!!

dlyn said...

It is so good to see you blogging again - I couldn't fit my giant, stuffy head in here before, but I head that you were up and running again. And you NEED a paycheck to buy that toffee. I refuse to even try it, lest I become as ruint as you are. :D

Krista said...

I usually make toffees at Christmas time and I'm not allowed to show up at the family party without them. My husband had to do all the hard work because my hand was killing (before surgery.) Hopefully it will be as good as new and I can make some! I'm not too choosy - I'll take toffee anytime!

imbeingheldhostage said...

great. another thing I'm going to go to bed craving...

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