Sweetest Memory with Hershey’s KISSES Giveaway

Hershey’s KISSES have long been included in many of my sweetest memories.   They have been a part of helping me to heal boo boo’s, bake delicious treats and bring a smile to the faces of those I love.

The latter of the three is of course my favorite, I mean who doesn’t enjoy bringing happiness to others?  Besides, when you purchase a bag of Hershey’s KISSES, there is always plenty to share with yourself.

Here is a true Hershey’s KISSES sweetest memory that I think captures what this particular chocolate is all about.

MY SWEETEST HERSHEY’S KISSES MEMORY:

My son really struggled this year with starting kindergarten.  I should say that we both really struggled.  He has always been very attached to his mama and leaving me was extremely hard for him.  Everyday when I would drop him off, he would cry and beg me not to leave him.  What mother wouldn’t struggle with that?

Since he feeds off of my emotions a lot, I would always “try” to be strong.  ( Until I walked away this is.)

I tried many things to try to help him to cope with the new change in his life, including one that is my “Sweetest Hershey’s KISSES Memory.”

Each day I would prepare his snack and place it inside his backpack with a little note.  One of the schools rules is that you are not allowed to give candy as a snack.  This particular day, I decided to break the rules a “little”.  Hey, Hershey’s KISSES are little, right:)

I grabbed a snack sized bag and filled it with goldfish crackers.  In addition, I placed three Hershey’s KISSES inside the baggie as well.  The note read, I’m thinking of you sweetie.  Here are a few kisses from mommy for my favorite boy.  See you soon.

I picked him up after school like usual, except on this day, he did something to surprise me.  When he walked over to me, he handed me one single Hershey’s KISSES.  I could tell he had been holding it in his hand for a bit, because it was starting to slightly melt.  I asked him why he didn’t eat it and he said, I was saving this kiss for you mommy.

I don’t think there could be a sweeter memory in the world than that one moment.  That’s the kind of thing that melts a mommies heart.

Now it’s your turn, one of my readers has the chance to win four (4) bags of Hershey’s KISSES all for themselves.  Go make some of your own “Sweetest Memories” with Hershey’s KISSES.

GOOD LUCK!

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Comments

  1. Kate F. says

    When I was a kid, my cousins and I would share a bag of Hershey’s kisses while we watched Disney movies together.

  2. Nancy says

    I love sharing Hershey’s Kisses with my family and making Peanut Butter Blossoms cookies with a Hershey’s Kiss on top.

  3. Eloise C says

    Sharing Hershey’s Kisses with my girls, it is always a special time. Thanks so much for hosting this great giveaway!

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  4. says

    We went to the Hershey’s factory a couple of months ago and now my sweetest memory of kisses will always be my son’s “making” their own kisses.

  5. Tim says

    I remember getting one of the giant Hershey Kisses from a teacher in third grade because i received the highest grade on a spelling test.

  6. Tracy Robertson says

    My favorite is when my Mom taught me how to make Peanut Blossom cookies with the Hershey’s Kiss on top. Oh my goodness, they are still my favorite cookie ever!

  7. polly says

    one of our son’s favorite cookies was peanutbutter with a hershey kiss…now he makes them for his son but not with peanut butter but a sugar cookies since he is allergic to peanut butter

  8. Betsy Barnes says

    A few weeks before Christ­mas, I bought Hershey’s Kisses for a cookie recipe, when I began to make them, I dis­cov­ered the Hershey’s Kisses were gone. My hubby ate them, so he had to get me more, lol :)

  9. Allisha Gold says

    Buying bags of them to put in our cookies as kids but then eating most of them before even making the cookies. lol

  10. Susan Christy says

    My Sunday School teacher would give us Hershey’s Kisses when we were good, or learned our scripture – that was almost 50 years ago and I still remember her and her kisses

  11. Autumn C. says

    I remember buying my dad those GIANT Hershey’s kisses for Christmas! One year, the dog ate it from under the tree! Fast forward 20 years, and the exact same thing happened to MY daughter! Different dog, though! :-)

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