Not as easy as it looks.....

Due to high demand, I was asked to help inside the bakery! For those that are new, I transport pastries for a local bakery. Last week, due to demand, I helped decorate the wonderful cookies they produce. Now to be sure, I am in no way as talented as the other bakers, and I must say I was quite proud (and nervous) at being asked. Mr. Parmy provided some guidance, then stepped back and observed. After completing seven hours on my feet (as opposed to on my seat in the delivery truck) I have a whole new respect for the effort that goes into our pastries. It was very nice rubbing elbows with the culinary crew. We worked as one happy family. Though not as fast as the Keebler elves, we certainly have as much fun.



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A gift idea for someone special.

Here we go again:

Planning on attending a graduation, shower or birthday party soon? Dreading the idea of what to give? Scrapbooks can make a keepsake gift that your recipient can treasure for years to come. All it takes is a few pics, some scrap supplies and your imagination. I am using my NY trip to see Martha as an example. I loved reliving the adventure. Hope you e

njoy the viewing, it should provide ideas for your great personal gift idea. You may think that your not into scrapping, but give it a try. It is a great way to exercise your creative soul. Enjoy your spring and your special event.



6 1/2 years later

Better late then never:

Six and a half years later, I am finally scrapping my wedding photos. I have spent several evenings reliving that day. I have been spending Saturdays in a new scrapbook league I have recently joined. Like bowling leagues, each frame is an hour and for each, a point is received. Very enjoyable, met many girls with similar interests. That along with the wedding photos made for a very enjoyable time. The only sad part is not being able to attend to this blog. Belated apologies. There’s something soothing about being allowed to enjoy creativity. Are you planning creative outlets in your lives? Please share them with us.



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