Thursday, December 29, 2005

chocolate, the food for all occasions

I stand corrected. After receiving some strong and decisive blogger feedback, I have reached the conclusion that chocolate is, after all, a breakfast food. Indeed it seems to be an all-day kind of food.

shellyc and her family ALL ate chocolate slice for breakfast today, in fact. How cool is that? While the rest of us are stealthily shoving peanut M&Ms from cupboards to mouths, this woman is completely open about eating chocolate for breakfast. She is forging a path for the rest of us chocolate-gobblers to hold our heads high. We are not alone!!

mackeydoodle is bravely not fudging the truth when she confesses her morning eating habits. I know I for one feel much better knowing I'm not the only one who's been passing on the cereal lately.

A steadfast and adoring husband, John Cowart probably despises chocolate, but out of love for his wife, Ginny, (who has diabetes), John gorges himself to prevent Ginny from being tempted. This man is a saint. A saint with small amounts of chocolate at the corners of his mouth. (Sorry John, I may have exaggerated that story a little)

Heather and Susan put forth the idea that there should not be premature reining-in of our chocolate appetites before New Years. Why did I not think of this? It's obviously way too early to be refusing chocolates. So 'sure, why not?' and 'pass the cashews while you're up will you?'

Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to have a coffee. And yes yes yes I can't deny I may have just the tiniest piece of chocolate to go with it. Because it's not 2006 yet. And because you all told me it was OK.


John Cowart said...

You didn't exagerate anything!

Motherkitty said...

Yum, yum. Looks almost good enough to eat (for breakfast or any other time).

mackeydoodle said...

I guess I forgot to mention...I have the fudge & have my cereal;)Oops.
My girlfriend Keri just told me yesterdaythat she ran out of sugar the other morning so she put a piece of the fudge that I made in her coffee!!!!!
Apparently it tastes very good!

Heather said...

I am glad you came around to my way of thinking. ;-)