A great story. I loved the layout - very clever.
Thank you mj :-)
Oh, that's good! And very telling of a certain character!
Thank you Sandra. It does reveal something of them... uh huh, hopefully not too much. (grin).
Good one, k! Well worth the guilt!
(just licks her lips and smiles) mmmm hmmmm ;-)
HAHA! perfect! I like what you did there
Who could be mad if they found that instead of their truffles?
I can resist anything but temptation, well done.
If it was a Lindnor truffle, I would be oh so guilty.
I've 'borrowed' a truffle or two, but haven't been kind enough to leave a note. The note should count for something, right?
I think it would be a good stand in for replacements coming. :-)
This is great! The best I've read so far, because that could have been chocaholic me!
Hahahah, my partner in chocolate crimes! Thank you for stopping in and reading.
very funny - hope the criminal is on the way to the store for replacement - else a worse crime might ensue ;)
I am glad it was fun for you. Yeah, I am afraid that in this household it could be considered a serious offense. Replacement truffles coming right up!
Not the truffles! (:
:-) One of the few delectable worthy of the crime.
Hahaha! That's too funny. I texted my husband last night, "If you're going to come home from work expecting a cold beer in the fridge, you'll need to pick some up on the way home." Confession enough. :-) Thanks for linking up. Don't forget to come back and vote.
Heheheh... That's a hoot too. I bet he stopped before he came home. :-)
Nice one! Truffles are irresistible... ;-)
Especially the ones that melt in your mouth... mMMmMMmm
Wonderful idea. Barbara @ allmylivesnow.blogspot.com
Thank you Barbara :-)
I always have a convenient episode of amnesia, as in truffles-what truffles? Cute piece!
Oh I like the way you think. If amnesia steps in there would be no need for confession!
;-) You can be my lawyer.
I like the layout, I imagine this person going around with blank "Acknowledgement of Guilt"slips and filling them in as needed :-)
That could be a very cathartic venture. I will have to think about this for other such opportunities.
Love the Acknowledgement of Guilt as kind of Get Out Of Jail Free card.Reminds me of a William Carlos Williams poem I have on the fridge:This Is Just To SayI have eatenthe plumsthat were inthe iceboxand whichyou were probablysavingfor breakfastForgive methey were deliciousso sweetand so cold
Thank you for sharing that with me; I had never seen it before. :-)
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