When I worked at BYU-Hawaii’s Human Resources Dept. a woman by the name of Kanani had a homebased baking business and would come around once a week and sell 1/2 dozen fresh baked choco chip cookies for $2.00. She would package them in a glassine bag with a silver twistie tie. Not only were they to die for but the cookies in the bag were so darn cute. Thick, chunky, warm cookies stacked one top of each other ready for devouring.
One of my visiting teaching gals dresses her whole family like they just stepped out of a GAP commercial. Always sylin’. So naturally I went straight to her to borrow some shirts for our family pictures. Naughty me…I took forever to return them so it was only proper that I brought along a peace offering. Her favorite cookies are Mother’s brand called “Taffy.” Thank goodness because I’m not a baker. (Thanks again Harmony for lending us your shirts…hope you got them. You weren’t home so I left them on your front door in a bag.)