Happy World Chocolate Day!!

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Happy World Chocolate Day!!

Lug 7, 2021, 1:59pm

Why didn’t someone remind me? I had to learn it randomly from an Instagram post, and I could have been short handed!

As it is, grandbaby gets a piece of chocolate for every successful trip to the potty. The parents do an M&M; but I’ve been introducing her to the finer versions - dark, darker, caramel, orange peel, darkest, cherry... on and on. Today we’ve been eating malted milk balls.

How are you celebrating? And what are your favorites?

Lug 7, 2021, 3:22pm

Used to get roasted coffee beans covered in dark chocolate, but last time they have me a migraine headache.

Modificato: Lug 7, 2021, 3:42pm

I did not know this! It's a good think I chose to have chocolate sauce on my ice cream at lunch today.

Lug 8, 2021, 2:51pm

No idea--Will buy a piece of Godiva Chocolate today!

Lug 26, 2021, 4:14pm

>1 2wonderY: I had some dark chocolate with orange flavor from Greece.

Lug 26, 2021, 6:00pm

>5 AlexanderPatico: Yum! I finished my bar just like that yesterday. Today it’s caramel m&ms.

Lug 26, 2021, 11:11pm

Didn't get the Godiva chocolate bar until today--Milk chocolate with almonds, just yum!

Ago 12, 2021, 10:46am

Dang! I missed another important holiday. Monday was National Book Lovers Day. How did you celebrate? I went for my pre-op visit for cataract surgery. I also read a little bit of The Last Days in print and Mostly Harmless on audio.

I’m almost done transferring my books from one house to another. I have only two large cases and two small cases left to sort and find space for. Oh, and this shelf of history books too:

Modificato: Ago 12, 2021, 10:06pm

I like to think of every day as Chocolate Day and Book Day!

Ago 12, 2021, 7:57pm

>8 2wonderY: What a pretty photo! I like that shelf with the flowers and the pictures in addition to all those books. It looks very cozy.

Apr 8, 8:58pm

Why doesn’t someone keep track of these things? Tuesday was National Caramel Day. Going to go put a shot of caramel syrup in my mug of tea.

Lug 17, 7:17pm

Today is National Ice Cream Day in the US. How are you celebrating?

I’m modestly having my third Neapolitan ice cream sandwich.

Lug 17, 7:55pm

>12 2wonderY:
I knew there must be a good reason I bought two 1L cartons of ice cream today. (besides the heat)

Lug 17, 8:01pm

Enjoy yr chocolates and icecream! My downfall would have been National Onion Rings Day, which, had I known, was June 22.

Lug 17, 11:48pm

I didn't have ice cream but my husband made his famous chocolate chip cookies!

Lug 22, 9:21pm

National Hammock Day (US).
Do you have a hammock?

I do, but I much prefer the porch swing. The grands like the hammock.

Lug 29, 4:05pm

>1 2wonderY: I’ve been introducing her to the finer versions

I introduced my older granddaughter to Godiva when she was about three. (She's now 30, and her mother is ALMOST ready to forgive me...)

Lug 29, 4:11pm

>17 LyndaInOregon: I got in so much trouble when I gave my oldest granddaughter whipped cream at 6 months. First child, and her mama had strict ideas about introducing foods. 😋. It was never an issue after that.