Today's social dilemma came about because of something that happened in my house over the weekend. Simple. I had bought my favorite kind of potato chips. Kettle cooked-salt and pepper flavor and I was so looking forward to having them. It was just a little bag, but it was a treat for me, because I try to stay away from those kinds of things usually. So anyway, on Sunday, I went looking for my bag of chips. only to find that Diane had eaten them already when I was out. I was so upset. I had been looking forward to those chips all day and they were going to be my treat for a long, hard day of work. And at that point, I had no desire to go back out again and shop, so my chips were gone. Which reminded me of when I used to live with a friend of mine. I used to have to hide the food I loved the most because I knew there would be times when I wanted it and it would be gone. Now don't get me wrong, I have no problem sharing, but this wouldn't be a sharing situation. She would eat it and not tell me so I never knew to replenish it. Same with Diane on Sunday. So I told her from now on, I was going to hide some of the food I bought that was a special treat for me. She said she would stay away from stuff if I just told her, but sometimes it's easier to just have your own little stash of goodies. Again, I don't mind sharing, it's the not letting me know so I can replenish factor. So I ask you. Have you ever hidden a favorite food item of yours from your spouse or your kids so you can make sure you have it when you want it? Let me know on the 98-3 TRY Facebook page!