In which I feel guilty but can’t do anything about it

You may have noticed.  In fact, I’m quite positive if you’ve read this blog for any length of time you’ll have noticed, not much goes on over here these days.  I had to dust off the cobwebs just to find the login for Blogger today.  I am suffering from blog write-and-read itis.

It’s not that I don’t care.  Alas, my friends, there are only so many hours in a day and most of my days are filled with thinking about this —- and this ——-.  Very cryptic, I know.  Unfortunately that’s all you will get for some time about that.

Soon I will be talking about my newest love, CupCakes (and Gina, you’re going to want to pay attention, I promise).  I’ve been obsessed for some time with cupcakes.  If you’ll remember last year, I did a review (out of the goodness of my stomach) of Crumbs Bakery in New York (which can be found here).  So, you can say this cupcake thing has gone for awhile now.

Recently, I made the trek to Milford, Ohio (with friends, because nothing is better than cupcakes than cupcakes with friends) to a small little cupcake shop called Sugar Cupcakery.  It’s the area’s only organic cupcakery around.  I’ll be posting a review with pictures soon but let me just say, they were good, very good.

The next phase in my cupcake obsession has centered on a far away (from Cincinnati) bakery.  Lily Lane Cakes is based in Washington DC but via that wonderful source of fun that is Twitter, I met Kathy who owns the shop.  She has graciously offered to ship me cupcakes.  Let’s take a minute to revere her for that awesome decision.

In a few weeks I will have in my hot little hands, Lily Lane Cakes cupcakes.  Oh. Yum.  I must also visit her shop sometime in my lifetime so I can try the flavors that unfortunately don’t ship well (darn it!).  I’ll be splitting the cakes with a friend and I will be sure to relay how the taste test goes.  With pictures and details just so you will want to order your own cupcakes (cause you know I’m not sharing.)

That’s what’s buzzing these days in my world.  What’s going on in yours to keep you busy?

10 thoughts on “In which I feel guilty but can’t do anything about it

  1. I love cupcakes so I can imagine being focused on eating cupcakes. I am surprised you were able to write clearly with the promise of cupcakes hanging over your head.

    Like

  2. I am waiting patiently for the cupcake discussion. You can't really dangle cupcakes in front of my nose and then disappear. How am I supposed to live vicariously?

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s