As a kid I used to have Froot Loops, Frosted Flakes, and Lucky Charms cereal for Saturday morning breakfast. I would wake up early in the morning, pad down to the kitchen in my footed pajamas, and grab the bowl full of kiddie catnip that was set in the fridge beside the milk. I was then all set to watch weekend morning cartoons while my parents had a well-deserved sleep in.
Things have changed a little. I no longer have time to watch cartoons and I certainly don’t want to get up early. I’m now the one looking for the well-deserved sleep in. But most of all, I now know that sugary novelty cereals are not a solid breakfast food, but a treat used for special occasions. I don’t think I have eaten anything called “froot” in many years, and yet I’m not so strict that I can’t enjoy a treat now and then.
For this St. Patrick’s Day, I made up some treat bags for people that have been so kind as to pass on little gifts this year to my son. This little thank you comes from him, full of wishes and whimsy, and topped with a shamrock bow.
To make the Shamrock bow:
I hope this gift will put a smile of the face of someone who has been special to my family this year, that they enjoy this treat with some icy cold milk, and perhaps even find some time to watch cartoons!
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