Ha Bridget, clever poem...Girl Scout cookies can be irresistible.
I know the feeling! Great poem, Bridget.
Clever poem--thanks for making me smile, Bridget!
Awesome Bridget! I'm going to share this with my GS troop--I think there are quite a few sufferers among us.
Thanks, Tamera! My youngest is a GS and we've had stock on hand for over a month...thank goodness the last boxes have been sold. = )
Thanks, Jama! GS cookies are easier to resist when you don't have to sell them. =)
You're welcome, Buffy! Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I'd offer you a cookies, but they are finally gone... = )
Yay, thank you, Michelle! My little GS didn't suffer the same effects my husband and I did from this selling season. = )
Wonder if the Girl Scouts would love this! I have one box left, but must admit I gave some to my family, too! You hit it right. When someone brings a box to school, it's gone by lunch!
I know, Linda! GS cookies are so addictive! What flavor do you have left?
Love the word play here. :) Haven't tasted any Scouts' biscuits yet, but I'm sure they're great. :)
HA! I was just feeling proud of myself for making my one box last long enough to leave no effects on the bathroom scale! Good thing I only bought ONE!
This is so funny! I have stuffed my 4 boxes of Thin Mints into my freezer to wait for Easter morning. This is taking a lot of will power!
Thanks, Myra! A GS cookie has a unique taste of its own...and a unique addictive quality. = )
Yay for you, Mary Lee. Unfortunately having a young GS in the house we had an inventory on hand...that sometimes went from hand to mouth. = )
Thanks, Margaret! Good for you...4 boxes of Thin Mints in or out of the freezer would not make it St. Patrick's day, let alone Easter, around here. Enjoy when the time comes. = )