Our Lady of Weight Loss

Our Lady of Weight Loss


Happy Halloween: Candy Confessions

The Color Orange: Our Lady of Weight Loss wants to know ... friend or foe?For those of us who have already ‘sinned,’ Our Lady of Weight Loss is here, up bright and early, available through-out the day to hear your Halloween Confession and forgive. Thank goodness, because – yes, this 50 pound big-time-loser has a confession and it’s only 8 a.m.!
Forgive Me, for I Have Sinned
I did my absolute best. I strategically waited until last night to buy Halloween candy for the cute little trick or treaters that will come knocking on my door today. I stood in the candy aisle and purposefully picked the candy that I like the very least, even dislike!
When I got home and unpacked the groceries, the “Candy Alien” who I thought permanently moved out of my mind returned for a short visit and made me (twisted my arms, I’m all black and blue) rip open the bag and partake in the sugar.
All Is Forgiven, Move On! ~ Our Lady of Weight Loss
Seriously, I feel better having made my confession public and I encourage you to take this opportunity to either write your confession in the comments below or say them out loud to Our Lady of Weight Loss, the patron saint of permanent fat removal.
Spread the word, NOT the icing!
Janice
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  • shut-eye doll

    I feel so virtuous! I have not yet sinned, and the operative word here, unfortunately, is “yet.”
    I have “candy on sale,” on my list in the “Post Halloween Sales.” I wonder who this candy is for? After all if it is bad for me, why am I buying it and encouraging others to sin?
    Perhaps, I should cease and desist now.

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