And then it all changed one horrible P-Day.
I was looking forward to this P-Day and I had some big plans. C-Town, which is a local grocery store usually has some decent sales on cereal and as a missionary, cereals are the best! They can be eaten at any time and you do not have to have milk. Lucky Charms are one my favorite but every once in awhile and usually around Halloween they would have Count Chocula on sale. I never thought I would like a chocolate cereal but after trying a bowl I was hooked. For P-Day I was looking forward to digging into a huge bowl (usually from an empty CoolWhip container) for breakfast. I got the cereal out and poured it in and doused it with milk. I took the first bite and I was in heaven. I eagerly took another bite and one of the pieces felt a little strange. I looked at the box and it said that it had a new type of marshmallow so I thought that was it. I took another bite and the marshmallow bit still felt strange so I looked into my bowl wanting to find one.
And instead I discovered a live cockroach climbing on the side of my bowl. I was horrified, I stuck my spoon in the cereal and stirred it and found a couple of them bobbing up to the surface. I wanted to barf, I looked inside of the cereal box and it was full of roaches. Yuck! I threw the box out and I couldn't bring myself to look at the other box. I don't think that I will ever want to buy this cereal again!
The ones I ate were not this big thankfully.
I don't think I ate that cereal for years. And even now when I treat myself to a bowl, I look inside the box. After eating a roach I have no fear of accidentally eating a bug. I have eaten the worst and the most gooiest of all bugs. If I can do that, I can do anything.
Snicker... I just had to post this when I was looking for Count Chocula pictures.