Thursday, 18 December 2014

Good Thing I Didn't Send Oreos

Bake sale at T's school to raise money for local food bank.


Knew I wouldn't have time to bake for bake sale.


Bought two boxes of nut-free, individually wrapped, chocolate covered granola bars.


Night before bake sale get frantic email from organizers:


ATTENTION ALL BAKERS.THIS IS AN EMERGENCY. BAKE SALE INVENTORY DANGEROUSLY LOW. IF YOU CAN BAKE AND DROP OFF YOUR NUT FREE, INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED, CHOCOLATE COVERED GOODIES TOMORROW MORNING THAT WOULD BE GREAT.


Email the organizers not to panic, I am bringing two boxes of CHOCOLATE COVERED GOODIES to sell, so their inventory is up by at least 16 items.


Bake sale is adjacent to Craft sale.


Setting money on fire Purchasing only on highly necessary items at the Craft sale and bump into Home and School President.


Your email was So Funny. We all just cracked up that you actually bought stuff for the bake sale instead of using fresh local farm to table free trade organic ingredients.  That was so cute.  We all just laughed and laughed.


Smile politely and wander over to bake sale table expecting to see granola bars pathetically leaning against vegan carrot cake and hemp seed pumpkin latte brownies.


No granola bars.


Look in between egg-free meringues and sugarless candy canes.


Still no granola bars.


Volunteer mom leans over. Can I help you.


Yes. I'm the one who sent in the granola bars.  Just wanted to make sure you received them.


The boxes of granola bars?


Yes.  Where are they?


Those sold out this morning. They were the first things to go.











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