The Life of A Batty Broad

Good Intentions, Flawed Results

The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions and Frosting

In honor of 3 years of writing this blog I am reposting my first essay. It’s worth the read just to get to the picture of my “penguin” cake.

The Life of A Batty Broad

I have a problem.  Yes I know I have MANY problems (don’t be so smug) but this is by far my biggest problem.  I think I can do anything.  Okay, well not anything but almost anything.  I mean I can’t play basketball in the WNBA due to my significant lack of height and that I have no jump shot but outside of athletics in which I am physically challenged I can do anything else.  I know that sounds crazy or maybe just arrogant or both but I have to say I am pretty creative and a good problem solver.  Ultimately, I reason, I can figure out how to do anything I put my mind to.

Which is why at 10:00 pm on the eve of my daughters birthday I decided to make her a penguin cake.  Hey, I looked it up on the internet it didn’t look that difficult.  My…

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