I will definitely have to whip up a batch of my delicious peanut butter Italian buttercream frosting and create a cupcake to honor this yumtastic campaign for the PT Pet Supply’s 100 cupcake order for this Saturday’s CA$H MOB!!! The frosting literally MELTS in your MOUTH… You’re welcome. 😉 Not going?! GASP!!! Change that!!! Search Webster Cash Mob Loyal 2 Local and get all the deets!!!!!
Every little girl knows that Fairies live under mushrooms… Audrey believes this also. Today Audrey told me that Fairies take baths in raindrops. It was a perfect day to peer into raindrops and try to see a Fairy taking a … Continue reading
I hate dislike school photos. My girls always have a stiff smile on their faces, food and/or sweat + dirt on their shirts and inevitably, (WHY do they photograph children AFTER snack/lunch/gym?!) someone thought it was a good idea to try to COMB DOWN their curly … Continue reading
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I have started to tell you the story of us. Pretty Little Design Co. Gina. And Trish. Gina and Trish. I thought it was a short story. Then I tried to blog about it… it’s not a one post~ er. … Continue reading
That was all before I met Trish* (*a facebook stalking story for another day) and wooed her with my red velvet cupcakes… the best my phone camera can do. Next thing she knew, I was styling her backyard … Continue reading
The most important thing I have learned as a person this year is… just ask.
I come from a long line of hearty New England stock and I was raised with the notion that you don’t
ask, for ANYTHING. If you can’t do it yourself or afford to buy it yourself, you figure out a way to
do it yourself or buy it yourself or you go without.
I lived by that rule for the first 37 years of my life.
Then my mother passed away, completely unexpected, at age 57;
Joining my father, who had passed at age 53 – exactly 6 and 1/2 years before.
All of a sudden I couldn’t breathe. And everything I wanted in life seemed urgent..
Now, I’m not talking about material things.
I am talking about a quality education for my daughters.
Something for me to do with my time, now that my daughters
were growing up and growing wings…
To be happy, on a daily basis.
To embrace life and live it to the fullest –
most importantly, to find out what that meant to me.
So I started asking.
I asked if I could go back to college.
Admissions and financial aid said, “Yes, here’s how.”
I asked if there was a way my daughters could go to
a school whose hours and curriculum would fit my
daughters’ needs for learning and mine for scheduling.
The principcal said, “Yes, and here’s how.”
I asked if there was something that could be done about
the daily pain I lived with, caused by my [old] hip injury.
My doctor said, “Yes, and here’s who you need to talk to.”
The orthopedic surgeon said, “Yes, and here’s the plan”
People asked me “Can I order cupcakes from you for my party?”
I said, “Yes, you can!” and “Thank you very much.”
When I saw a facebook status from another mom in the school having a horse and pony
at her children’s kindergarten graduation…
I asked if she would like a cupcake tower.
She asked me to DM her.
The result was this remarkably wonderful County Fair kindergarten graduation party.
Which wouldn’t have been complete without THESE
Which I spotted online at http://www.shopsweetlulu.com and just HAD to have. Except it
was 5 days before the event and I didn’t have $90+ to overnight them – so I asked
Jesse if she could guarantee I’d get them in time if I ordered them with 3 day
She said yes.
And I did!
So if I could pass one sweet morsel of knowledge,
not necessarily party related, along to our readers
it would be this…