Hannah and I were out for a little “mommy and me” time when lunch crept up on us and before we knew it, I was ready to inhale a couch and Hannah could have scarfed down a love seat.
Being the perfect mother that I am, I drove to the nearest gas station/grocery store I could find.
It happened to be a Walgreens and Hannah asked to eat Starbursts for lunch. Heck, she could eat 12 packs of Starbursts for all I cared! We needed food and FAST.
As I quickly surveyed the unfamiliar store, I noticed some starburst-like candy by the register.
Perfect I thought. We’ll take 290 packs.
And then . . .
HOLY HANNAH! ARE YOU KIDDING ME!
I must be doing something right for the universe to plant such wonderful candy at my fingertips in the USA of all places.
Seriously people, you have never tasted a party in your mouth until you try this candy.
We bought LOTS of packs. We needed them! I believe in a healthy lunch just as much as the next mom, so I was sure to get a variety of fruit flavors so Hannah could have lots of fruit in her lunch. 🙂
David was as equally excited as I was with this gold mine of a find.
The big question is this . . . now that I don’t have to buy 100 pounds of this candy (clearing out every store I can) when I go to Asia, what am I going to buy to put in it’s place?
Honestly, I was telling Hannah about this great candy and how I would bring some back from China in a few months, and now . . .well . . . should I save the luggage space and just visit my local Walgreen’s store on the way home from the airport?