Saturday, 23 October 2010

An Early Halloween Surprise

Our Postie was extremely late today in delivering the mail, but he was forgiven for turning up at 3.30pm because he delivered a parcel for DS.  A parcel for DS from Deb in Arizona.
Earlier this month, Deb hosted a Halloween giveaway and the prize was one of these delightful little gift boxes:
(Photo from Deb's blog)
And inside the boxes were Hershey's Candy Corn Kisses:
(Photo from Deb's blog)
But, the thing is, I wasn't the winner of the give away.  Deb, however, wasn't going to let a small thing like that stop her, oh, no.  Without saying a word, she parcelled up some goodies and posted them off to DS ... just because.
So to Deb from DS and me ~ a huge thank you!
I've cheekily borrowed photos from Deb's blog, because, as you can see, the light for photography is obviously much better in Arizona than West London in October!  Oh, and I can tell my British readers than Hershey's Candy Corn Kisses taste like Nestle's Milky Bar (well, I had to road test the one I'd unwrapped, didn't I?  I'm sorry, what was that?  Didn't I give it to DS to try?  Erm, no ...)


Deb said...

:o) So glad you (and DS) liked the little surprise I sent. Enjoy your little bit of an American Halloween tradition. xo

humel said...

Deb is such a sweetheart! What a lovely surprise :-)

Amy said...

So super cute!
Glad to see you have the new sneakers/trainers ... looking forward to a post about the class!
See you Sunday!

ComfyMom~Stacey said...

I have never seen Hershey's candy Corn kisses. Must be a regional release. & they taste like milk chocolate? Good to know because I don't like candy corn & would have passed them up if I saw them. Now I have to look for them.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Now, that is adorable! What a fun treat for you... I mean DS! ;-)


Sheila :-)

Liz said...

They are so cute and of course you had to try them out first. What kind of mummy would you be otherwise? :0)

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