Hey guys, it’s been awhile since I’ve posted. It’s been a weird time for me, I have a lot of opinions and I’m very emotional; which is very difficult for me to handle because I don’t know how to release these overwhelming emotions. I’m sure plenty of you will laugh at me and think I’m… Read More Heartbroken & Confused.
Happy National Cotton Candy Day! Dates way back to the 1400’s when this sugary treat was called spun sugar. Cotton candy has been a carnival favorite treat for both young and old; and today on December 7th we celebrate this sugary delight. But instead of giving you a cotton candy recipe to eat, I’m giving you… Read More Happy National Cotton Candy Day!
Bathtub Party Day is celebrated annually on December 5. Bathtub Party Day was created to skip the common, every day shower and to luxuriate in the simple pleasure of a good soak in the tub. Gather your favorite bath bomb, a good book and a glass of Moscoto and let the worries of the day fade… Read More National Bathtub Party Day.
Mexican Wedding Cookies In honor of National Cook Day, I want to share my sister’s favorite Christmas cookie recipe with you. Alicia’s favorite cookies are Mexican Wedding cookies, granted they aren’t technically Christmas cookies but we make them every year during December. A most have for her during the holidays, who can blame her they… Read More Alicia’s Favorite.
Last week while in the library studying for finals, I was sitting at a table next to a group of people talking about the post election. A group of people who supported TRUMP. For the first time I heard people, educated college students say Trump would make America “great again”. One young lady who is… Read More I Was Trying To Be Polite.
Happy National Pie Day! Each year on December 1, dessert lovers across the United States celebrate National Pie Day. This is the 2nd time in a year this national treasure has a day. The first and more popular National Pie Day is on January 23. I want to share with you one of my favorite… Read More Upside Down Pumpkin Pie.
So recently I was over at my aunts house hanging out with my baby cousin, by baby I mean 11 years old, and I noticed that she was working on homemade napkin holders for the holidays. I thought that they were the cutest things ever and I asked her about them. She said that her… Read More Kids DIY: Holiday Napkin Holders
The Holidays are here! It’s my favorite time of year, and if your family is anything like mine, the holidays revolve around food and the party is always in the kitchen. In my family, our meals are set traditions and usually remain the same, except dessert. And as a pastry school graduate I love to… Read More 5 Easy Holiday Desserts Sure to Impress
It was beautiful. It was special. He made me believe in forever, even when we were miles apart. But that’s the tricky thing about first love that everybody warns you about, and you blindly ignore; the fact that it will end. And your best friend will just become some awkward stranger you can’t call at… Read More I’m Moving On
National Vanilla Cupcake Day is celebrated annually on November 10. This is a day for dessert lovers across the country to celebrate and indulge. Cupcakes can be traced back to 1796 when a recipe notation of a cake to be baked in small cups was written in American Cookery (by Amelia Simmons). 3 cups cake flour… Read More National Vanilla Cupcake Day.