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November 07, 2007


…I fell once again into the evil clutches of Sugar Sweet Sunshine’s pudding cups. This time, I went for the pumpkin pudding (in place of my usual love, the banana pudding). I went even after boldly proclaiming, not just once, but twice…that I would never again pay for pudding I could easily make at home. And yet I did. *Whimpers.* I did, even though they jacked up the price $.50. So now a cup of pudding = $4.

Oh, but it is sooo delicious. The sweet eggnog pudding, ripples of whipped cream, and chunks of soft pumpkin cake folded in with generous abandon. It sends me into a terrible sugar high coupled with a toothache, but I return again and again. Glutton for punishment? Perhaps. There are some things in life which I just have no control over. Good food. Excellent desserts. Croissants. Madelines. Cute guys. Anything ending with the word “pudding.”

Sigh. It seems…some promises I just cannot keep! ;)

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