Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke
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Thursday, April 04, 2019

THE CANDY MAN CAN

Our courtship was perfect.  Filled with flowers, jewelry, cards, and candy
Always chocolate candy.  As the years went by, the other gifts may have fallen 
by the wayside but never the candy because we both had a passion for chocolate. 
It was the gift we could give each other on any occasion and know it would be hit. 

It troubled us so to have such chocolate addiction that Ron suggested we should 
try some herbal product that would curb our appetite for chocolate.  My response
was, “Then why go on living?”  We agreed and continued topping all our celebrations
with special chocolate goodness.
 
I sure miss my Candy Man:-( 
 

 

22 comments:

  1. What a sweet post...your Candy Man.

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    1. Thanks. It has been almost 6 years since Ron died and just when I think things are better, I become all melancholy again.

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  2. What lovely memories, thanks for sharing them. Yes you must miss him a lot.

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    1. I do miss him Winifred and guess I always will.

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  3. Life would be damn boring without candy, and must be without your man too.

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    1. Yes, I miss them both. LOL At least I can go get some chocolate if I want to.

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  4. He sounds like a lovely man to have had in your life. The love of your life definitely.

    We missed you at Words for Wednesday- you can still join in you know :)

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    1. I might try the WFW again. I have lost my desire to draw of write but it would be good to be creative again.

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  5. Lovely, Annie.

    I've just made myself a very rich chocolate cake...it is presently cooling. I believe in treating myself....why not enjoy what we enjoy...I'm sick of all the restrictions demanded by the "experts"!!!

    Take good care.

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    1. You are the devil tempting me. I could make a chocolate cake also and just might.

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  6. Lovely to have a common 'addiction' that can be enjoyed together.

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  7. Awww, how special to share that for a lifetime. You are right, why go on if you can't have a treat sometimes at least.

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    1. Oh believe me I do go forward with the chocolate. LOL

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  8. I remember once telling my husband to not buy me anymore chocolate, saying I didn't want to start getting fat. The real reason is that he always bought the cheapest he could find and it was never nice.

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    1. Uh Oh. Maybe you should have picked out all the candy in your house.

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  9. Such a heart warming post. I miss your candy man as well. Both my husband and I are certainly addicted to chocolate.

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    1. You are blessed to have chocolate and to have each other:-)

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  10. Such a sweet post. Your "candy man" was a winner and so are you. Doing what makes you happy is never a bad thing.

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  11. He definitely was a winner. I can still have chocolate but never share it with my Frankie and Slim.

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