Well, I hope your all doing well this holiday season! I can definitely say it has been an interesting one. As you are reading this I am currently sitting in Panera Bread in the plaza next to my work. Why may you ask? That's easy because our family is down to one car right now and my truck is not fixable. Well, that's not exactly true it can be fixed just not for the money I am willing to pay for it to be fixed. Seriously I can get a used car at this point. My beast has served me well and I honestly miss driving my suburban but at times you have to make decisions and my decision is to do what's best for my family. But on the upside, my first book "Ghost Stories For The Chicken At Heart Volume 1" is fully running on Nook Press and was just submitted for Kindle Publishing as of ten minutes ago. So all in all a very productive day if I do say so myself. I myself and extremely excited about all the changes going on and will be going on in the next year. Did you
I was doing my normal and checking my email when I got a email from Zillow about what Santa's house actually looks like. Check out the link here for Zillows preview of what Santa's property actually looks like here .
It's that magical time of year when even the most scared bakers in the world take to their kitchens to start their holiday baking. Some people have power lists of what they bake every year and some make brand new lists off of Pinterest's to make some new spectacular kinds of cookies. I admit fall in the middle and do a bit of both. But I am a baker who tries to make new and different things all year round. Since I have a family full of taste testers who don't mind trying my baked goods I am all set because they will always be very blunt and honest with me. But seriously I learned long ago a very important lesson from my Grams about this time of year. This time of year brings out the good and bad in people. So always have a treat in the house to share! By doing this you could solidify the good day they are having and make it great or a sweet treat and a concerned listening ear can make someone's horrible day a better one. For the people who say baking is s