Lately I've had a craving for those Dare lemon cookies. I haven't eaten them in years and then BAM! All of a sudden, they're all I want.
Well, I don't blame you. Who can resist lemon cookies!?
You're damn right!
You betcha :)
Hwllo and thank you for finding my blog. I've just perused yours and I love it. New follower here! Love your sense of humor. As for the cookie and a hug...I just had a gooey chocolate brownie for breakfast with my coffee and a hug from my sweetie. If there's no brownie, I love oatmeal, peanut butter and chocolate chip. Not necessarily in that order either! I'm not fussy..just fat!!! LOL
Oooh...a chocolate brownie! That is awesome. You know what else is awesome? Your wonderful sense of humour :)
That is so true with that statement :) Now I want a cookie :) Love chocolate chip or sugar cookies :)betty
I hope you got your cookie, Betty!
True words indeed.
How true! At least we've moved on from wanting everyone else's cookies - that was when we were 2. Homemade gluten-free ginger biccies for me - failing that, anything chocolatey.
Mmm...cookies with ginger in them! Very delicious!
you know I love oatmeal choc chip.
I don't think I've ever had chocolate chip and oatmeal combined. At least I don't think so. Sounds interesting.
Yes, please! That's me all over. :)
Well, you're certainly not alone in that club, Linda :)
I love that quote. Makes me want to bake cookies and go and give them out with a hug.Peanut butter. Mmmm!
And I think everyone will be so happy about that. Who could resist getting a home baked cookie and a hug?
Cookies are a great favourite aren't they ...I love that quote.All the best Jan
They sure are, Jan. Cookies make us happy.
It's hard to pick one cookie because I like all cookies. But my Mom's oatmeal or peanut butter would be the best.
Nothing like a mom's homemade cookies. I can think of a few that my own mom makes that rise to the top!
Oh, your favorite cookies sound sogood! I think my favorite cookies would have to be Mary Jo's chocolate chip cookies. At one of the retirement homes we sing at, we're always given a basket of cookies made by the head cook, Mary Jo. They're the size of saucers, nice and thick, and sooo delicious. I think she puts marshmallow creme or something in them. They are delicious! We call that rest home "The Big Cookie Place," and for obvious reasons, it's one of our favorite places to sing.
I love this story, Bethany! Those cookies sound wonderful. And how nice that Mary Jo does that. That is very thoughtful. It's those little things that make the day special. "The Big Cookie Place". That made me smile :)
Ooh, white chocolate macadamia! We eat regular ole chocolate chips the most but my favorite are gingerbread men :)
Chocolate chip cookies are the classic choice. And I love gingerbread cookies. They taste great and they even smell nice.
There is this one comedy dude and he does a funny bit about cookies and how two cookies is a serving. He says, "Who da'hell eats two cookies?"
That sounds so familiar. I'm wondering if I've seen that!
I want to say his last name is Regean? Ragean? Something with a Raaaa and the ggnn sound.
I wonder if Google would find it if I types "Raaaa" and "ggnn" :)
I actually did find it:Brian Regan 'Foods and Labels'So darn funny!
Oh my gosh! Thanks. When Tim gets back in the room, I'm gonna have him hear this.Then I'll do the dishes... no, really, I mean it this time.
I'd never heard of this comedian. He is hilarious!
My mother used to make the BEST cookies.....my favourite ones were called 'Melting Moments'!!
That sounds so interesting, Jim! You didn't say what kind of cookie it is and I'm so curious now :)
Snickerdoodles! Heaven on earth!
Even the name is adorable :)