Posts Tagged 'Girl Scout Cookies'

Lou Hoover is my Dairy Queen

Yuuuummmm so Steve and I went to Dairy Queen tonight, and I was feeling a little saucy so I actually ordered a blizzard other than cookie dough. So what was this seductive temptress/seasonal flavor? It was none other than than that cheerful Girl Scout staple Tagalong cookie! (I was such a frazzled state as I frantically tried to make the decision–it wasn’t until the very last second that I blurted out “TAGALONG” to the cashier)

SO GOOOOOOD! Peanut-buttery, chocolaty, ice-creamy cookiely perfection! I would like to thank three important women for this heavenly treat: 2. Lou Hoover, for making Girl Scout cookies the best thing ever (for more on the Hoovers, see Jill) 2. Jen, for introducing me to Girl Scout cookie + ice cream, and thus, allowed me to believe in its possibilities. and 3. Eleanor Roosevelt, for telling me to scare myself.

Wonderful Surprises!!

I wasn’t too psyched to go into work today because it was my 2nd night shift of the week and I am so tired. But then I got to my desk and saw the most amazing thing in the whole world!!! Here is a slightly exagerated recreation in my apartment:

Yes, there are 11 boxes of Girl Scout cookies there………I only meant to buy 8 but then I found out that one of my co-workers daughters was selling them as well, so I had to buy some more from her…………and they are all mine! Waaahaaahaahaa………contrary to what the picture shows, I will not be sharing them with Addie or Hermione.

Jen

I wish I had thought of this. . .

Ok, so I was searching for a clip of the “Cookie Time” song from Troop Beverly Hills and I came across this–seesh talk about a gold mine!!!! High School Musical 2 + Girl Scout Cookies + Little Girls being Fabulous!!!! I almost twisted my ankle at the sudden movement of awesomeness into my life.

I had this weird feeling that one of those little girls was me in another world and our world had just picked up the youtube feed. Because yes, I totally used to re-lyricize famous songs and make up dances to them. One of the best? Me and my friend Whitney used to sing “I love bread, always forever, near and far, push it together, then you’ve got a peanut butter sandwich” you know the tune. I really liked that song. both the original and my version. and peanut butter sandwiches. sometimes I put bacon on my peanut butter sandwiches. but that is for another post. so is the Troop Beverly Hills clip. me write short fragments.

amberj.