Cookie Monster - 02/11/14

  Let me confess right up front, I love cookies.  I'd rather have a good cookie than just about any desert I can think of.  Because of my passion for those tasty little morsels, I ordered no less than ten boxes of girl scout cookies from the children of two of my colleagues.  I got peanut butter cookies from John Dunn's daughters and thin mints from Stacy Case's oldest.  The first wave of those cookies has arrived.  I've already eaten half a sleeve of the first box of peanut butter cookies.  So tasty.  Now, if I can just fight off the urge to eat too many at one time.  Cool problem to have.


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