SUGARI'm getting a late start on this tonight, so I am doing a really simple one...
I'm grateful for sugar. Now, I don't eat just plain sugar, but I am grateful for what is created with the ingredient sugar.
I have always loved candy and treats... but I have to admit, after Aaron passed away when I didn't feel like eating at all, the first thing that sounded good to me was Peanut Butter M&Ms. They were one of my faves, so several people brought me bags of those. It took me a little while to feel like eating even those, but once I did, I was addicted. They brought me comfort. :) Part of me wishes I knew how many large bags of Peanut Butter M&Ms I ate in the first year after Aaron died, but it would probably make me really uncomfortable to know the actual number. I needed Peanut Butter M&Ms like my lungs needed oxygen... and I had them on hand pretty much at all times.
Once I got tired of those, I turned to other kinds of candy... I have an addiction to sugar. It makes me happy(er). One of these days, I need to make a goal to try not to eat as much of it... one of these days...
So, I'm grateful for sugar... it being the main ingredient of candy.
(Yes... I eat healthy food as well. ;)
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