Welcome Dear Readers! Let’s start with a Christmas morning video of my granddaughter, Lily, who is just learning to walk. Here she is with her new toy:
Okay! Now onto the important matter of today’s post. Did you eat too many sweets this Christmas? Well if you did you may want to review this list:
How to tell if you’ve become addicted to Christmas Treats
That bad elbow has been officially diagnosed as Sugar Cookie tendonitis but you don’t care, you’re never giving up you sport.
If your house caught on fire you would be torn between either rescuing your spouse or his fudge rum balls.
While you love the puppy you got for Christmas you’re convinced you’d love him even better if he was covered in chocolate and had a chewy nugget center.
You’re faking a limp just so you can justify carrying around that humongous candy cane.
You’ve started referring to your troubles as your truffles.
You lied and told your children all their gingerbread men had been abducted by aliens so that they could conduct eating experiments even though it was really you conducting the eating experiments.
And the final way to tell if you’ve become addicted to Christmas treats?
You resorted to eating some old-fashioned Christmas Candy that you found painted to the bathroom shelf of your grandmother’s house and were so ashamed you checked yourself into Christmas Treat rehab.
And there you have it, Dear Readers, how to tell if you’ve become addicted to Christmas Treats.
Until next time . . . I love you