Easter is in about a week. There is a miracle that occurs every year around Easter time. This is not to be confused with the miracle that we are celebrating at Easter time. This is more along the lines of one of those things I really like that I call a miracle, to make it more dramatic. I'm glad we cleared that up.
But let me be clear, this is the best miracle that will happen this year. (It's important to read the "let me be clear" part of that sentence in your best Obama voice, since that's his favorite phrase. Go ahead and do it now. I'll wait.) (Although, if Google glasses come out this year, I may change my mind and decide they are the year's best miracle.) (Yes, that was two parentheticals and this is the third. Deal with it.)
The miracle I'm referring to is the miracle of the Peanut Butter Egg.
Look at that precious little miracle
To understand this miracle, you first need to understand that Reese's Peanut Butter Cups are among the world's most delicious treats. (Almost up there with bacon.)
After understanding that first eternal truth, next you need to understand the miracle of the peanut butter ratio. I have no empirical data to back this up, but I'm convinced that the shape of the peanut butter egg allows a higher peanut butter to chocolate ratio. In fact, I'm convinced the egg has more peanut butter than any other Reese's product and they've perfected the optimal ratio, making it even more delicious than its cup shaped cousin.
Look at all that Peanut Butter. That's the magic of the egg.
Unfortunately, this year I'm trying to lose weight. (The above picture is from a previous year's indulgence in the deliciousness.) I've decided I'm only allowed to have a few of them on Easter Sunday. But that will make the small indulgence even more enjoyable. I will cherish every second.
I recommend that if you have one Easter treat, make it a peanut butter egg. They are, in fact, truly awesome. I mean look at the happiness they bring.