KISMET (kiz-met)

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Kizmet It means fate, luck, providence, chance or divine will.

I give up all sweets for Lent because it is very difficult for me to do so; over half of my consumed calories on any given day come from Hot Tamales, cakes, pies, cookies, jams or frozen desserts of some kind. My Girl Scout cookie investment showed up the day after Lent began, and while this may seem like bad luck, it was Kizmet.

I stared at those brightly colored, incredibly inviting boxes with the mouth-watering pictures and forced my eyes to wonder to the emblem on the Trefoils variety. Curious, I went

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