Monday, March 17, 2014

Cake in Blues

It's been a long time again.  I am having a hard time creating post for my blog because of computer and connectivity problems.  I have missed posting my stories here.  To sum up all those important events is to simply post the cakes I have made during those past few days.

 JC celebrates his 6th birthday.  He requested me a Lego themed cake.  I did tried topping his cake with a lego shaped fondant.  I didn't like it's look so I washed his blocks and used his toys instead for his cake decor.   Our church was also preparing for its 9th anniversary so we had a lot of guests (co-church members) during his birthday and they needed to sleep over at our house for 2 days.

This is my first fondant wedding cake.

 This car cake is my gift for Pot-Pot.

My parents celebrated their 33rd wedding anniversary last Friday and they treated us for lunch.

These blue themed cakes will add more fun to your celebration.  I am happy I didn't turned out blue making these cakes.  Each time I am requested for a cake design it gives me challenge and excitement with crossed fingers hoping that the cake I am making would turn out good in the end.  

Thursday, February 27, 2014

How To Make a Basketball Cake

This post is dedicated to all basketball game lovers or if you are looking for a basketball themed party then this cake will match the celebration.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Perfect Love Casts Out Fear

Do you have any fears?  Let me rephrase the question what are your fears?  Fear is a product of our insecurities.  Being just a human puts us in a situation where we cannot control all things in our hands and in the end this causes us to be anxious on the things we face or about to happen.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

This made me smile...

If you're a house wife definitely you feel like loosing your sanity most of the time.  Our everyday lives is tied up with never ending chores and responsibilities.  While a lot of husbands and some narrow minded people thinks that being a house wife is so easy, I wanted to prove them they're wrong.  These people say that we don't have to work and all we need to do is just stay in the house.  What makes you say that stay at home moms don't have to work?  You'll never know how tough it is to stay at the house.  Why not try doing my responsibilities at least for a day and then tell me how easy it is be a house wife. wives don't complain with the mountains of laundry nor cleaning the house every hour that seems to make no difference after cleaning at all.  We are also forced of thinking ways to earn money that will help sustain our financial needs as we know the what's the real score of our budget.  We are willing to sacrifice our wants just to have provided the needs of our husband and children.  We love what we do and can bear the greater challenge taking care of our children.  It hurts us hearing other people belittle us as "house wives" more hurting when our husbands comes home and hear complains rather than asking "how our day passed" and then offer some help. What we needed is support specially from our husband, family and friends.  We want to feel appreciated and loved.  We at times wanted to feel special, we wanted to hear encouraging words rather than complains of the things we should or shouldn't do.  We needed someone to take care of us too.