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Archive for October 19th, 2008

A fellow genea-blogger, Thomas MacEntee from Destination: Austin Family posted this article about candy from his childhood. Without actually challenging anyone or considering it a meme, he said if other genea-bloggers had time this week – to post something about what candy we ate as kids.

So I went to the link Thomas listed showcasing different candy. My all time favorite candy is Hershey bars (plain, with almonds, Mr. Goodbar and Special Dark). Then M&M’s plain comes in a close second followed closely by Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.

But what were the “odd” or unusual items of candy that I liked? Circus Peanuts! I remember getting a bag of these and eating half of the bag! Others include: Lemon/Orange/Lime slices; Mint Toothpicks (kids at our school used to have moms who would soak toothpicks in cinnamon oil too!); Pixy stix; Raisinettes; Zagnut and Zero bars.

I am not a fan of Tootsie Rolls, Good-n-Plenty (although I like regular black licorice), anything Caramel (although I like Caramel sauce and caramel flavor); Sugar Babies or Sugar Daddy.

I don’t really eat candy much anymore and when I do, I go for the chocolate bars with 70%-80% cacao since that is supposed to be better for cholesterol than regular chocolate.

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Earlier today I became a member of the Association of Graveyard Rabbits!  I will post a link to my Graveyard Rabbit blog on the right.  Soon I will begin posting about Cemeteries, Tombstones, and Burial Customs in South Denton County (Texas).  I hope you’ll stop by and perhaps leave a comment or two!  Please find me also at Graveyard Rabbit of South Denton County!

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