…Cacao Reserve by Hershey’s should be enjoyed in moderation.”
That’s a quote from the back of my therapeutic chocolate purchase from this past weekend.
I’m wondering, can I put in a request to receive my sorrows and burdens the same way: In Moderation? 🙂
I liked this quote off the box, too:
“Taste well-balanced sweet and bitter in this unique dark chocolate with ground nibs, the heart of the cacao bean. Savor its lively textural crunch, and enjoy hints of delicate spice in the finish.”
If you translated that, would it have the same pleasant sound? That’s all relative, anyway, since someone else could read the same thing in English and not “feel” the good feelings I feel when I read that wording.
And while I’m enjoying the beauty of wording on the back of my chocolate box, here’s a Dove wrapper I saved from months ago (each individually wrapped piece of chocolate had a message inside of it, kind of like fortune cookies for the chocoholic): “Don’t think about it so much.” Hmm, my friends tell me that all the time, but I sure preferred swallowing that advice with chocolate.
And finally, inside the lid of a yogurt container was this message: When life gives you “limes”, rearrange them to make a “smile”.
Not only is there comfort food, now there’s food that promotes personal growth. Oh, isn’t eating just wonderful?!