While I wait patiently for my true love, I’ll do my duty and share this very important public service announcement.  I knew you wouldn’t want to miss the real meaning of happiness associated with Valentine’s Day. Candy. On sale. Just so long as it’s not those dreaded candy hearts.  Yuck.


valentine candy sale

18 thoughts on “Priorities

  1. I would be right there with you! That despite the fact that my, “Oh, one day of eating all the junk & ‘forbidden’ stuff for the Super Bowl won’t hurt!” plan has me screaming obscenities at the scale while it screams “Get off!”

    Ooh, here’s an evil plan – wait for those nasty, chalky Valentines heart to be about 80% off, then buy a slew of them. Set them aside for eight months & GIVE THEM AWAY AT HALLOWEEN!!


    • When I’ve had a binge, my scale just says, “seriously?” and shakes its figurative head. LOL

      I would give them out at Halloween…but with the little demons that live in my neighborhood, I’d be concerned about the repercussions.

  2. Indeed, the discounted candy brings a modicum of joy to what is otherwise a drab and cheerless holiday.

    Unless, of course, you happen to be the CEO of a greeting-card company. 🙂

  3. the day after valentines day sale hmmmm I had never thought of that before and I work in retail shame on me but glad to see you have priorities set in the right direction lol.

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