Exactly one month ago our membership at Sam's Club was expiring, so Joe and I went one last time to stock up. After a serious discussion, we decided to go ahead and purchase two bags of candy ... each one weighing over five pounds. The plan was to simply hide the candy until Halloween.
So, over ten pounds of candy was secretly stashed in a galavanized tin on a high shelf in the laundry room.
The only problem with hiding the candy was that I knew where it was. So, yes, one rainy day I was cleaning the house and an image of a box of DOTS popped into my mind. I was cleaning toilets, I was making beds, I was making dinner ... I deserved a treat!
So, I climbed on a kitchen stool and poked a teeny, tiny hole in one corner of the bag. The hole was big enough to pull out a box of DOTS ... and a tootsie roll, and a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup, and an Almond Joy.
And because I'm smart, I hid the wrappers. No clues left behind.
Then, this past past Saturday I pull down the tin only to discover this ...
Over ten pounds of candy down to five. EVERYONE (with the exception of sweet, innocent Timothy) was guilty. Next Halloween we're purchasing candy one hour prior to trick-or-treating.
Next year, someone please remind me.
P.S. There's more ...
1. Want to know what NOT to eat for Halloween? Click here.
2. Our favorite Halloween costume? Mona Lisa and Leonardo DaVinci
Shaggy and Velma,
Mona Lisa, Da Vinci.
We are all adults?