Thursday, April 12, 2012

Societal Issues & Emergency Chocolate..

Good Day Ladies...

There have been some issues and topics in the media 
that i have NOT commented on my blog 
because i continue to process it myself. 
And wouldn't be able to express my thoughts properly and or without emotion.

Sometimes when you are processing issues and topics in our Society...
but finding it difficult to wrap your mind around it all...
you may need something to make the processing a little better.... 


That's right ladies...
EMERGENCY CHOCOLATE....
I came across this while at TJ Maxx the other day.  
It's awesom and great for a good chuckle!

Here are the directions for eating an...

.EMERGENCY CHOCOLATE:
For immediate relief of: Chocolate cravings, lovesickness, 
Exam Pressure, Mild Anxiety and Extreme Hunger, 
Directions for use: Tear open wrapper, break off desired dosage, and consume.  
Alternatively massage into the affected area.  Repeat dosage as required until finished. 
 If symptoms persist consult your local confectioner.  

Next time while processing life and Society's issues take a break with 
Emergecy Chocolate and it might help you process things better!

Societal Issues:
Let us continue to pray for justice for Trayvon Martin 
and peace for his family
because Mr. Pancakes and my future Baby Pancakes look like him 
and what happened scared me.  
And pray also that the Stand Your Ground Law
 is removed in Florida and all across the United States.


Question of the Day:
What helps you to process big serious issues in life and Society?



15 comments:

Sarah Kate said...

Chocolate can't always solve my problems for me, but it certainly helps. ;o)

I've been following the Trayvon Martin case since the beginning. Seminole County is where we used to live in Florida and I still receive the news from there. My heart just breaks for his parents. To lose a child is the worst hand you can be dealt, I believe. I've been praying for their family.

THE ALTERNATIVE WIFE said...

Love that! Such cute marketing. And I've been praying for justice for Trayvon Martin. Such a tragedy for his family and really for society as well. xoxo

toi said...

i love this idea, i would like some chocolate right now but I am trying to be healthy during this holiday

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Harlem Green said...

As cute as I think that is.. I HATE CHOCOLATE! eeeekkkk. lol. I have never liked it.

As for the trayvon case.. Its a lot to take in. from all sides.

Optimistic Mom said...

Emergency chocolate, not a bad idea. hehehe
I have to find ways to relax and sometimes I like to have a little treat to take the edge off....usually involves peanut butter and chocolate. ;)

This Cookn' Mom said...

Ahh...chocolate makes everything better! I usually talk to my husband to process huge issues in society. He always has a different and more interesting view of things.

Bravoe Runway said...

That is one awesome chocolate bar! I don't have time to watch the news...so therefore I have little processing to do haha.

Cam | Bibs and Baubles said...

cute idea!

as for Trayvon Martin... I'm right there with you. Praying. :)

kyna... said...

OMG, that is the best! I am definitely picking a couple bars of that up if I can find it! I love it!
♥ Kyna

Quiana said...

I just tried Trader Joe's Almondictive this week. Now THAT would bring world peace if everyone tried some! I deal with tough issues but just having quiet time and listening to calming music. When I can I journal too - I've been doing that since I was 7 and it's so therapeutic.

Fashion Pad said...

I love that...I'm not a chocolate eater but I would buy this just because.

I'm so ecstatic that Zimmerman has been arrested. That family has gone through so much and still have a long road ahead of them.

Teresha@Marlie and Me said...

I second that emotion! Now is a time for prayer as the justice system, media, and public process what happened to Trayvon. And who can resist chocolate in a time of crisis?

Alicia@ Mommy Delicious said...

What?! I have never heard of this before!!! I usually shut down and look inwards in order to process something that I find to be a serious issue. It helps alot.

3girlartist said...

Lol so hits the spot I truly beloved chocolate has that affect in some of us haha rip Travon Martin