On a pantry shelf. Temptation lurking.
Yetter’s in Millvale, PASaturday morning.
I wanted my grandchildren to see an old time soda fountain. It was too early for ice cream so we bought some things to-go, for later after the Children’s Museum-snacks, bottles of water, chocolate coins and some sour patch kids from the candy selection.
We will return for ice cream before they head home.
Admiration has several definitions.
For this week’s challenge by Krista, bloggers have admired heroes, volunteers, a beloved parent, musical instruments, design, flowers,art,nature and the gorgeous sky at sunset.
So why not chocolates? Smooth, satiny and delicious.
I’m choosing “pleasurable contemplation” this evening.
As I went to put the gold embossed lid onto the fresh box of Betsy Ann chocolate truffles I eyed them with pleasurable contemplation.
A thoughtful friend brought them as a hostess gift tonight.
I positioned the lid to hide the empty spots we devoured for dessert before I caught this photo.
Such a wonderful Pittsburgh-made confection. Thank you dear friend. I admire your excellent taste!
Or is it good for several games?
Saw this chocolate board and chessmen when I visited NYC – Spring Break.
If you want one, they will make it for you, fresh!
8th Avenue at Jane Street, Greenwich Village