Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Ordinary Day

Today was basically just like any other day. I rolled out of bed when Blake left to go to class. A new kindergarten teaching position opened, so I got dressed, grabbed my cover letter and resume, and headed out the door. It didn’t seem so promising when I got there, as the receptionist said people have been coming in all day (it was only 10 a.m. when I got there). Back at my house, I parked myself on the couch, watched a little TLC like I do every day, and surfed the Internet. Oh! One glimpse of excitement that happened today was I got a call for an interview for a nannying position. I’m going tomorrow. Keep your fingers crossed!!


I wanted to share my first and latest crafty cooking. I made ladybug cupcakes for Blake’s parent’s wedding anniversary. I gave the bugs to them when they came to visit a couple of weeks ago. They’re super cute—if I do say so myself, and not too hard to concoct. Time consuming and messy, but F-U-N! I experimented with the spots (snow caps, mini kisses, M&Ms), but decided the M&Ms worked the best. YUM!


As a fun little gift for Blake's 1st day of med school, I put together a little survival kit for him:

:)




9 comments:

  1. Hi Katie! I saw your introduction over on Lives of Doctors Wives and wanted to say hello! I absolutely LOVE those cupcakes! Come visit me and say hi if you get a chance :)

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  2. Those ladybug cupcakes are SO cute! Well done.

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  3. Thank you both!

    Ash, your scrapbooking skills are awesome! I have scrapbooked, but I'm not nearly as talented. I saw you went to USF... I went to UCF!

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  4. Those cupcakes are fantastic - You've got baking talent!

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  5. Awesome about UCF! My friend graduated from there a year ago and is now off to begin her Grad career at Rutgers! UCF is a really cool school and actually just opened their med school. They gave the first set of students a FREE RIDE! Crazy, right?

    Thanks re: scrapbooking! I really enjoy it but don't have time to do it enough. :/

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  6. Yes, UCF just opened their med school. 41 students and yes, a free ride for all (tuition, housing...) Lucky ducks!

    and Thanks, Sara Cate!

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  7. Hope his first day of med school went well!! What does he want to specialize in?

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  8. It went really well, thank you, Kelsey. He's keeping an open mind in what field he wants to specialize in, as he knows he could very well change his mind!

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  9. sooo... where are the other 5 beers?

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