May 12 is Nutty Fudge Day Seriously The first historical reference to fudge comes in a letter written in 1886 by a Vassar College coed. Late scientific evidence insists that chocolate is very healthful, and if you weren’t foresighted enough to bring some in your lunch today, there’s always tomorrow. Be sure to bring enough for your co-workers.
Laughter is good for health – Fudge always makes me laugh – Although interestingly there are even cultural differences about laughter. Chinese health experts caution not to let it go too far. Too much laughter is bad for you, they insist. Never mind, Celebrate Nutty Fudge Day with this recipe for no-cook, sugar free, diabetic safe fudge. Make some and pass it around. Sugar Free Chocolate Fudge
“The only time to eat diet food is while you’re waiting for the steak to cook.” . . .. Julia Child
from Humor Laureate Dorothy Wilhelm /">
Remember to do one thing to make someone else smile today. There’s always a reason to celebrate. Just look for 10% more laughter every ingle day.