I would buy the makings for rice crispy treats for everyone. Mine would have extra marshmallows mixed in and white chocolate drizzled over. Extra mixings including chocolate chips, m&ms, nuts, fruits, peanut butter, candies, sprinkles, and any other topings/mixings are available for anyone who would like more than the "basic" rice crispy treat (or who would rather have the mixings than the rice crispy treats...)
We can make them together and make fun shapes or just squish them between our fingers to have a tactile connection
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I WOULD BUY EVERYONE HERE BOUQUETS OF LILY OF THE VALLEY AND SPRING CUTTINGS FROM MY GARDEN. I WOULD BUY EVERYONE A SPRING DAFFODIL TO PLANT THIS FALL OR NOW TO FORCE TO OPEN LIKE THEY DO AND I'D GET POTS AT THE DOLLAR STORE TO PLANT IT IN WITH SOME DIRT AND MAIL IT ALL TO YOU. FLOWERS ALWAYS MAKE ME FEEL BETTER AND I THINK THEY'D MAKE YOU FEEL BETTER TOO............................
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