We have 9 therapies a week.
A babysitter. A nurse for Alexander.
An entire Pediatrician’s staff that bends over backwards to do whatever we need.
Every Specialist ever invented involved in Alexander’s care.
People who watch the twins on a moment’s notice.
And then – of course – family and friends.
I got this great idea. Let’s give Chocolate to our “Alexander” team. We could go to that really nice candy store downtown and get boxes of candy for everyone. We could get this huge platter of assorted chocolates for the Pediatrician’s office. We would show everyone how much we love them…. in the way only Chocolate does.
Then I priced this endeavor. And decided to re-think my plans. The homemade chocolate was going to cost us a fortune at $7.00 a pound. And we love them more than a pound’s worth! So I devised a little plan.
I sent my husband out on a mission. Get boxes of Chocolates from Wal-Mart. Also – get small gift bags or little boxes so we could “make our own.” Everyone would assume they came from the expensive candy store. And … well… that could be our little secret.
My “Little Gift Bags”
Seriously?!?!!?!? These were the size of full on Gift Bags!!! He said, “Well… they had bigger sizes, so I figured this is what you wanted.”
CRAP!!!!! What credible candy stores sell pre-wrapped Santas! And Hershey Kisses and Candy Canes? These don’t look like GOURMETTE CHOCOLATES!
1. You shouldn’t try to “scam” people on their Holiday gifts. Especially chocolate.
2. Apparently my husband and I really need to communicate better.
Kristen @ www.alittlesomethingforme.com
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