Rising Seniors. You guys like the sound of that?
Seniors. Not Juniors anymore. (There’s a whole new bunch of those annoying !@#$%’s coming up also.)
Halfway through the summer and now your orbit is heading back toward the school year. And fall sports.
Time for something new to think about. Time for a lesson from…Oreos!
What’s that, you ask. Oreos? Yes, my young friends. Oreos.
The King of Cookies (Store-bought. Mrs. Hays is still the Queen of Cookies).
The Sultan of Sweets.
The Mayor of Milk Dunk.
Why Oreos, you ask. Well, there’s a life lesson to be learned from the thin chocolate cookies sandwiching the cream filling.
Oreos, as previously mentioned, are at the top of the heap for sweet snack foods. They had it all. For year upon year upon year, they ruled. Then a few years back, they started experimenting with all kinds of crazy-ass new flavors. None, save the vanilla, even hold a candle to the original.
Now, it seems, they are approaching sanity’s precipice at 150 MPH in a hijacked ice cream truck. Oreo has spent so much time and effort lately trying to be everything to everyone.
In the process, it lost a bit of who it was.
Rising Seniors, pay heed!
The Oreo Lesson.
- Know who you are.
- Be who you are.
- Don’t try to be all things to all people.
- Be the best you that you can be.
Just don’t eat a whole package of Oreos with a tall glass of milk in one sitting. (From experience, that’s not who ANYBODY needs to be.)