Tuesday, March 6, 2018

A Little Sweet

Gentle Friends, I stopped off at Walgreen's on the way home last night and the Easter treats were out and calling my name.....  after digging around for a few minutes through the numerous Jelly Bean variations I found what I was looking for...

... a delicious bag of Black Jelly Beans... my favorite!!  So I filled up my Easter candy bowl and now I'm all set for the Season!
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That's all for today sports fans, thanks for stopping by do stop again!

Take care,
edgar

8 comments:

  1. My mom - who passed in 1987 - LOVED black jelly beans. I must have inherited the genetic disposition for them..... I love them too. And I ADORE your bunny bowl. Too wonderful!

    Luv and happy eating!

    MaryO1230
    San Pedro, CA

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  2. The black ones are my favorite also. Sheep Virtues is coming along nicely....such a pretty choice of fabric. Looking for to seeing this one completed. Please let us know what frame you choose.

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  3. Mmm. Black jelly beans! Since many people don't care for them, those of us that love them can enjoy the "castoffs" from our friends. hehehee

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  4. Your bunny bowl is adorable. Edgar, I thought of you last night as I was leafing through the Vermont Country Store catalog as they sell bags of black jelly beans.

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  5. My husband loves black jelly beans. He also loves red, green, yellow, purple... you get the picture. He's already been to Walmart twice to buy classic jelly beans, speckled jelly beans, and spice jelly beans. He's in heaven...

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  6. Now I do enjoy the black jelly beans but my little next door neighbors(age 4 and 6) give them back to me!

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  7. Love your candy posts.. I diligently make a note of them, ask my brother to buy some and send through anybody that comes to this side of the planet :)

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  8. absolutely fabulous !!!!

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