My loving husband bought me gluten free chocolate cupcakes. For the sake of my sanity, we won’t discuss the calorie count of these amazing treats. Before I ate my cupcake, I asked my daughter to make one of the gluten free cake mixes.
She rolled her eyes and asked why. Um, hello, post cupcake sadness. She looked at me as if she didn’t know what I was talking about.
Post cupcake sadness is a serious condition. While eating one’s cupcake there is happiness and joy, which can last for a while. But the next day, or a few short hours later, when there is no cupcake, there is much sadness, wishing one had waited to eat the cupcake, and hoping cupcakes will magically appear.
But now there won’t be the horrible post cupcake sadness. Now I can go and have a yummy piece of cake, and all will be right with the Universe again.
See, it’s all about being prepared.
How do you prepare for life’s difficult moments?
LOL! You must be prepared! I keep dark chocolate on hand for those moments, so I can have a nibble when I need it. 🙂
I’m not sure any chocolate stays around long enough to be considered ‘on hand’ lol.
I always have chocolate in the house. Always.
I think Rod has a secret stash, he always seems to have some when I need it.
Beer. Unfortunately, the only cure for post-beer sadness is more beer. Some roller coasters only go down.
LOL- true although chocolate cake in the end doesn’t end on a high note either.