Most unusual gift I recieved this holiday season?

Fandango is asking us this week for his provocative question…

What was the most unusual, unique, weirdest, or most useless holiday gift you received this year? Please feel free to substitute birthday or other occasion gift if that works better for you.

Well, the most unique gift I received this year was a spoon made out of peppermint candy.

It is called a peppermint candy stirring spoon.

I think its meant to be stirred into hot chocolate.

I am going to try it this afternoon. See if its good.

Hoping it will be!

Its definitely an unusual gift to get!

Fandango’s Provocative Question #196 – This, That, and the Other (

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

8 thoughts on “Most unusual gift I recieved this holiday season?”

  1. Food is always a great fallback position. At least if you don’t eat it, you can usually find someone willing to eat it. I just tell people if it needs to hang on a wall, stand on a shelf, or live in a closet, DON’T give it to me. Please!

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  2. I have absolutely no idea what that is! It sounds cool though.

    By the way, did you set your blog back to public? I mean since your link appeared as a pingback on Fandango’s post and you also participated in the Happy Homemaker Monday linky (which for whatever reason I can’t see now, so maybe I got kicked off). I mean, for other non-subscribers to see your post, your blog would have to be public, of course. However, if this is the case, somehow I can’t subscribe in my feed reader.

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