Sunday, 9 August 2009

Warning: Blunk Drogging....

The best thing about blogging, is the friendship and great advice I get from the blogging community. Once in a blue moon, a comment might appear from some pontificator, saying "OH my word, what a terrible parent you are, you should NEVER yell at your kids not to bleed on the furniture!" But comments like that are rare and easily ignored. Deleted, even.

And MOST of my comments are from people who luuurve me, and I luuurve them back, and they think I can do no wrong, and vice versa. Thus, if I announce that I am making a wedding cake, comments pour in along the lines of "This is going to be a disaster but dude, we love you and how about using Jello?"

Where else can I get support like this? Nowhere, and I wasn't even going to post anything tonight, y'know, I was just checking my email, but when I picked myself up off the floor and wiped my eyes and got my breath back, I knew that I had to say "Thank you!" because you are so wonderful and my goodness isn't this a long sentence?

And, I PINKY PROMISE not to get any feathers or tarantula bits in the cake.

11 comments:

witchypoo said...

Maybe not IN the cake, but really, what kind of awesome decorations would feathers and tarantulas be ON a volcano cake?

Islandgirl said...

Surrounded by a moat of jello!

Nan said...

Aha! Now we're really on to something!

HalfAsstic.com said...

OH.MY.GOSH. How awesome would that be? A volcano cake spewing red jello that runs down the sides of the cake into a moat of jello with drowning tarantulas and bird feathers.
Not to mention, the perfect metaphor for marriage. ;-)

Islandgirl said...

oh gawd...I only have 4 days to change my mind...about the marriage..not the cake! ;-)

Anonymous said...

The ultimate of course would be

!!CHOCOLATE!!! jello

...just saying

vicki

Cheffie-Mom said...

Can't wait to see photos of the wedding cake!

Nan said...

Photos will definitely happen... It IS a wedding cake after all! Krissa, you're right. What a metaphor!!!

The Travelling Trini said...

hey nan! mind if i link you to my blog???

emily

Karly said...

I prefer my wedding cakes to be purchased from the local Wal-Mart bakery, myself. They do some awesome buttercream frosting, yo.

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Ah, your gratitude for blogland is just like mine. And I'm not even drunk. And the irritating, negative, horrible bloggers? Yeah. Delete. Reread the lovely ones.