We Didn’t Talk About Moms :/

hi… Hi. Tomorrow is Mother’s Day and while we should probably be grateful and pay our homage to mothers around the globe (okay, maybe just more specifically our own) we’re going to talk about something totally off base (unless you consider the fact this was part of my mom’s present this year) and discuss the finer points of a nice cold dairy product. (sorry, mom!)

 

as you most all know, ice cream is a favorite summertime treat. for many, many reasons. my favorite reason being that it cold (like my heart) and also sweet (like my smile). And that if someone is going to surrender to a particular staple flavor in songs or stories, it’s always the strawberry kind. That’s always a good choice if we’re having to stick with a color out of the Napoleon(is that what it’s called, the three kinds in one box kind) kinds. However, there are so many more options than that.

 

For instance, there is even an ice cream with potato chips in it! Which sounds both tasty and horrendous. I haven’t had a chance to try it yet. (Look at me, not sticking to capitalization rules. And then…suddenly sticking to them?) That sounds so strange. Although on the radio one of the commercials mentions Cheetos ice cream and i’m intrigued by that thought so I’m not one to talk.

 

My favorite of all favorites has to be Ben and Jerry’s Half Baked. It is so good!!!!!!!!!! But Mint Chocolate Chip, Birthday Cake, and Sherbet are also great options if you want to win me over. ❤ 😀

 

If you love me, you will give me Red Velvet Cake or Cheesecake Brownie (both Ben and Jerry’s). But also don’t be offended if I just kind of stare at you for bringing me food because…like, who do you think you are trying to control what I eat. 😛

Seriously, she does that to people sometimes. Unless they’re amazing pastries or other baked goods, then she doesn’t because she’s been forewarned and has already promised to be the guinea pig for it.

The key is: strawberry, Ben and Jerry’s, amazing pastries, and forewarning.

 

And to always, always stick your nose in said strawberry ice cream on a hot summer day. Or to get into ice cream snowball fights. But more importantly: always remember to start your sentences with conjunctions. ❤ 😀 🙂 😛 😉 :O 😀 🙂 😀

 

Or maybe you could just, drive safely.

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