Cake Disaster for Daughter’s Sweet 16 Birthday – Parenting Plights & Delights

Happy Birthday to my oldest daughter, April. Twenty-one years ago we celebrated her Sweet 16 birthday.

We wanted to make her 16th birthday an occasion to remember. In order to hire a DJ, we had to cut back on other costs, so I decided I could bake and decorate the cake myself. No sweat.

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April – Age 16

We expected over 50 guests, so I baked four yellow cake mixes, which required two roasting pans. I transferred the first layer onto a large tray, but the middle of the cake stuck to the bottom of the pan. Okay, no big deal. I scraped out the middle and fit the pieces back into place like a puzzle. There were huge fissures, but extra whipped cream took care of that, and no one would be the wiser.

The whipped cream covered all the cracks perfectly. Mm-mmm! The tricky part was getting the top layer out of the other pan in one piece. April grabbed one side as I grabbed the other. We flopped it out onto the bottom layer. Dang! The top had split down the middle. No worries, though. Lots of whipped cream would easily hide that.

Camouflaging the cracks used up all the whipped topping. I still had to cover the sides, so I sent my 17-year-old son, Mike, to the store for some frozen whipped cream in the tubs.

He returned in a jiff with two cans of whipped cream and told me he couldn’t find it in the tubs. “Besides, the cans were cheaper anyway,” he added. I wondered how he knew they were cheaper if he never found the tubs to compare them.

I sprayed a fancy ripple of cream all the way around the sides of the cake. “Beautiful!”

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Bru-nO – Pixabay

Within 30 seconds, the canned whipped cream liquefied and ran down the sides. I rushed the monstrous cake into the fridge as it was too big for the freezer. Then I wiped up the trail that had dripped across the floor.

Ten minutes later I checked on the cake, only to find whipped cream running down the shelf and into the veggie drawer. I started to remove the sticky mess, but the shelf gave way from the weight and collapsed into the drawer below. “Oh, man!”

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Creozavr – Pixabay

Somehow I retrieved the cake in one piece, set it aside, and cleaned up the fridge, but first I sent Mike back to the store. This time he returned with frozen whipped cream in the tubs.

After spreading the tub whipped cream on all four sides of the cake, I topped it with strawberries. Now all I had to do was write “Happy Birthday April” with a tube of decorator frosting.

Copyright – Dreamstime

Darn it! The tube didn’t come with a tip, so I dug out the decorating kit I’d bought two years prior but had never used and squeezed the frosting from the tube into the cylinder.

I soon discovered why that kit was such a bargain. It required muscle man strength to press on it to get the frosting out. My face was red after writing “Happy.” I shook the numbness from my hands and decided to replace “Birthday” with “16th.” By the time I wrote “April,” I was thankful I hadn’t named her Elizabeth.

That night I pulled the cake out of the fridge. Voila! It was gobbled up in no time. The guests were clueless as to the comical scene that had played out just before they arrived, and that was my last attempt at a monster-sized cake.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, sweet 16 birthday, disaster cake

Geralt – Pixabay

All in all, the party was amazeballs.

I apparently didn’t take any pictures at the party, so I’m bummed there’s no photo of that memorable cake. No photos of April or her siblings and friends at the party either. I did find a home video, but the quality is pathetic. That’s putting it mildly.

That’s what I get for letting kids do the recording, plus it was dark with the lights turned down so the DJ’s disco  and strobe lights could cast party-hearty vibes. Good times and great memories!

Flash forward 21 years and the circle of life continues. April is married with two children.

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“I used to believe my father about everything, but then I had children myself & now I see how much stuff you make up just to keep yourself from going crazy.” ~ Brian Andreas

Related posts:

Poem for my Daughter

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What are your thoughts? Have you ever decorated a cake? How’d it turn out? Do you love parties? Love to celebrate birthdays? Do you have a funny story you’d like to share? I’d love to hear your thoughts!

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Child Skipping to the Music at the Park- Smile Photo Challenge

A child skipping is my choice for The Daily Post WordPress “Smile” photo challenge. Our assignment is to share a photo which may “elicit some measure of joy.”

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This photo from last summer at a concert in the park puts a smile on my face and elicits joy and peace as I recall that evening:

Live music in harmony with gentle breezes, tree branches swaying, dragonflies flitting, and children dancing, skipping, and squealing with laughter.

Photography challenges me immensely, so I was pleased to capture my granddaughter skipping to the beat of the song. Her little sis running to catch up was a sweet bonus. Action shots are my favorites.

I’m looking forward to more concerts in the parks this coming summer, more precious moments drenched in the sublime.

To view other “Smile” photo challenge posts, go here.

Related posts:

Yosemite Valley – My Favorite Place.

I’d Rather Be . . . In a Jacuzzi While It’s Snowing

Sidewalk Chalk – “Story” Photo Challenge

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Lightning Bug Poem – It’s National Poetry Month

Do you enjoy poetry?

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Practicing for poetry reading – 1999

This is a short poem about when I was a child in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and how I had no regard for the life of lightning bugs flittering through summer nights.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Lightning Bug Poem, poetry

I found a home video from 1999 when I was practicing for a poetry reading at the Frugal Frigate children’s bookstore in Redlands, California:

My grandmother appreciated this poem when I wrote it as an adult. She thought it was terrible that we treated lightning bugs the way we did when we were children, but Grandma seldom gave advice, unless we asked for it. She never said a word until I wrote the poem.

Lightning Bug

Lightning bug, Lightning bug

Can you ever forgive

the child years ago

for the cruel things she did?

 

She plucked from you

Your glow so bright

And made a ring

For her delight

 

All her friends,

they did the same

No love for you

They had no shame

 

The sad part is,

the light soon died

And so did you

with silent sigh

 

You flew no more

nor lit the skies

on summer nights

filled with your cries

 

Lightning bug, Lightning bug

Can you ever forgive

the child years ago

for the cruel things she did?

~Lynn Kelley

It’s wonderful for children to explore our world, but it’s important to develop a healthy sense of wonder and respect for fellow creatures and the beauty of nature.

This post is an entry in the WordPress daily one-word prompt. The chosen word is “explore.” To read other entries, go here.

Related post: The Dance

What are your thoughts? Do you have regrets from your childhood? Do you like poetry? Have you ever seen lightning bugs/fire flies? 

I’d love to hear from you!

Image: Courtesy of ArtsyBee – Pixabay

 

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World’s Best Candy!

In this 25 second video, I share a big secret by revealing the world’s best candy.

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I hope the description is so real, you can almost taste it through the screen!

Short and sweet! Are we off to a good start this week?

What are your thoughts? Would you buy that candy? I’d love to hear your thoughts!

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Moody Sunset Over Catalina – Photo Challenge

The assignment for those who wish to participate in The Daily Post photo challenge for this week is to share a favorite sunrise or sunset.

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These shots were taken at Laguna Beach, California in February 2018. Every sunset is unique, its moods ever-changing from moment to moment like the ebb and flow of the tide . . .

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Moody Sunset Over Catalina. . . sometimes soft as a whisper or jarring as lightning and thunder. Like the seasons of life, each sunset and sunrise . . .

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Moody Sunset Over Catalina

. . . reflects layers of bitter and sweet, darkness and light, sorrow and joy, despair and hope. Abundant hope.

Can you relate to these verses from “Sunrise, Sunset” by Sheldon Harnick?

Sunrise, sunset
Sunrise, sunset
Swiftly fly the years
One season following another
Laden with happiness and tears

I look back to when my four children were young and school mornings were hectic playing beat the clock day after day to get them there on time. At the beginning of each school year, I wondered how I’d ever make it through.

Now, it seems as if they grew up in a flash, and I’m amazed how swiftly the grand kids are sprouting up. I remind myself every day is a gift to be thankful for.

Yes, sunrises are as moody as life itself, full of emotions in their raw, transparent glory.

I’m reminded of the Book of Ecclesiastes in the Bible and its adaptation by The Byrds in the song “Turn! Turn! Turn!”

To everything
There is a season
And a time to every purpose, under heaven

A time to be born, a time to die
A time to plant, a time to reap
A time to kill, a time to heal
A time to laugh, a time to weep

To everything
There is a season
And a time to every purpose, under heaven

A time to build up, a time to break down
A time to dance, a time to mourn
A time to cast away stones, a time to gather stones together

To everything
There is a season
And a time to every purpose, under heaven

A time of love, a time of hate
A time of war, a time of peace
A time you may embrace, a time to refrain from embracing

To everything
There is a season
And a time to every purpose, under heaven

A time to gain, a time to lose
A time to rend, a time to sew
A time for love, a time for hate
A time for peace, I swear it’s not too late

The last line is not part of the Book of Ecclesiastes.

To view other Rise/Set photo challenge posts, go here.

Here’s my post from last week’s photo challenge, Yosemite Valley – My Favorite Place.

What are your thoughts? Do you have a special memory of a sunrise or sunset? If you could watch the sun rise or set anywhere in the world, where would it be? Are the seasons passing quickly for you, too?

I’d love to hear from you!

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Airheads Anonymous – Losing Things

Are you one of those people who’s always losing things?

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The other day Jennifer Lynn Bryan Spotten said, “Ok friends, when you’re painting along, and you can’t find your favorite little texture sponge, and think you’re crazy, ‘cause you just had it!

Lynn Kelley, Airheads Anonymous, When Things Just Disappear

Make sure you check your elbow!

Lynn Kelley, Airheads Anonymous, When Things Just Disappear

I think it’s time for some wine!

How well I know that feeling, Jennifer. I, myself, have a knack for losing things. Especially my cell phone.

That reminds me of my sister Cindy’s story about the time she had just finished washing her car and needed to make a phone call. Her cell was in her purse, but she couldn’t find it and couldn’t remember where she had put it when they got home from church that morning.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Airheads Anonymous, losing things

She borrowed her husband’s cell to call her phone. She listened for it while walking from one room to another, all through the house, garage, patio, and even her car, but no trace of her purse and no sound from her cell phone. Over and over she called her cell, but still couldn’t”t find it.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Airheads Anonymous, losing things

Then it dawned on her, “What if I left it at church?” She had attended the first service at 9:00 a.m., which was hours prior. She rushed to the church, hoping to arrive before they locked up after the second service.

Pastor Larry’s wife, Shirley, greeted my sister as she entered the foyer.

“I think I left my purse here,” Cindy said.

“So you’re the one?”

“What do you mean?” Cindy said. Then she figured it out. “Oh, no, was it ringing during the service?”

Five-second video. Most annoying sound in the world?

“Yes, it kept ringing through the sermon,” Shirley said. “Everyone was looking around to see whose phone it was.” She was good natured as she explained what happened. “Finally, Pastor Larry held his fingers up to his ear and pretended to answer a phone. ‘Hello? Hello?’ he said, and everyone laughed.”

Cindy apologized profusely and felt terrible, especially because her purse was in the front row, right in front of Pastor Larry.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, losing things

Shirley assured Cindy it was okay. They were able to laugh about it after the fact.

To read about more Airhead Moments, go here.

What are your thoughts? Can you relate to losing or misplacing things? Have you ever lost your purse or wallet and things snowballed from there? Are you able to laugh about it now?

I’d love to hear from you!

 

Cell phone image with hand gesture: Courtesy of TeroVesalainen – Pixabay

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Kids – Homework, Bunkbeds, Getting in Trouble – Parenting Plights & Delights

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Do your kids or grand kiddos make you laugh? Kids are a constant source of amusement for parents,  grandparents, aunts, uncles, teachers, and others.

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Julian

My friend, Sarah, shared this conversation during her son’s homework session:

Sarah (Mom): Julian, you need to write a sentence for your homework.
Julian dutifully writes “I see a dog.”
Sarah: No, Julian, a first grade sentence.
Julian: The education system has failed me. I got nothing.
Sarah (trying not to laugh): Get to work.
Grandma: 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

That’s so funny, Sarah. Julian didn’t want to write a first-grade sentence, but he talks like an adult!

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Sarah and her first-grader, Julian

My other friend, Maria, shared this story:

Maria Cisneros Toth: Just learned that our 10-year-old granddaughter made her 8-year-old twin sisters sign a contract stating that as long as they have bunk beds, she gets the top bunk. If they refused to sign, she threatened to tackle them with tickles. One of the twins is ticklish, so she signed on the dotted line. These girls keep me in stitches. 🙂

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Deb shared a funny story about when she picked her grandson up from kindergarten one day. He was upset because he had an argument with one of the girls, Madison, over how to spell “was.” Madison insisted on w-u-z. He tried to correct her, but she wouldn’t listen.

Finally he said, “Madison, if you stop arguing with me, I won’t beat you up.”

Unfortunately, the teacher overheard them, and Deb’s grandson was disciplined. In his mind, he was treated unfairly: “I got in trouble for refusing to beat her up. It was Madison’s choice.”Lynn Kelley, Parenting Plights and Delights

I see his point. What logical thinking at such a young age!

Thanks for the giggles, Sarah, Maria, and Deb.

To read another post about parenting, check out Noise – Future American Idol Contestant?.

What are your thoughts? Can you relate to any of these stories?  Do you have a funny anecdote you’d like to share? Leave it in the comments and I might feature it in a future blog post.

I’d love to hear your thoughts!

Photo credits: Pixabay – Gellinger (bunk beds), SilviaP Design

 

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Baby Feeds Giant Dog

The Daily Word prompt is invisible.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Baby Feeds Giant Dog, word prompt INVISIBLE

My 16-month-old niece loves this giant dog, Dean, an Anatolian Shepherd. Five-year-old big brother’s not so fond of Dean and has barricaded himself behind the coffee table, hoping to make himself invisible.

Here’s a 30-second video. These two kiddos and this big, lovable dog are so cute, there’s no way they can be invisible, no matter how hard they might try. Sweet!

Are you familiar with Anatolian Shepherd dogs? The breed originated in the Anatolia region of central Turkey. According to the American Kennel Club, “Anatolians are smart, devoted, responsive, and adaptable. They will protect their flock—livestock, children, smaller dogs, even the family cat—with intensity.” They are considered to be a working guard dog.

As you can see from the video, this dog is gentle with children. Their temperament is considered to be loyal, independent, and reserved.

  • Average lifespan – 11 to 13 years
  • Average height: Males – 29 inches, Females – 27 inches
  • Average weight: Males – 110 to 150 pounds, Females – 80 to 120 pounds

The last one-word prompt-of-the-day post was Noise – Future American Idol Contestant?

To read more “Invisible” prompt-of-the-day posts, go here.

What are your thoughts? Do you like big dogs? What’s your favorite pet, if any? Any tips on how to make yourself invisible?

I’d love to hear from you!

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Yosemite Valley – My Favorite Place – Photo Challenge

Yosemite Valley is one of the most beautiful and amazing places in the world.

These are my youngest daughters, Suzee and Amy, about nine years ago. They stood on a rock wall at Tunnel View and  jumped for the photo, making it look as if they’re skipping across the sky. No, this picture isn’t Photoshopped.

Tunnel View on Wanona Road, Highway 41, in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California is one of Yosemite visitors’ favorite viewpoints. As you exit the Wanona Tunnel, this splendid panorama greets you.

Check out the granite summits, El Capitan on the left and part of Three Brothers on the right. Half Dome can be seen in the far background in the center of the photo, just above and to the right of Suzee’s ponytail.

Below is a slide show of Carleton Watkins’ 19th-century photographs of Yosemite Valley. It’s just over three minutes long.

“The far-famed valley came suddenly into view throughout almost its whole extent: the noble walls, sculptured into endless variety of domes and gables, spires and battlements and plain mural precipices, all a-tremble with the thunder tones of the falling water. The level bottom seemed to be dressed like a garden, sunny meadows here and there and groves of pine and oak, the river of Mercy sweeping in majesty through the midst of them and flashing back the sunbeams.” ~John Muir

To see other “My Favorite Place” photo challenge posts, visit Weekly Photo Challenge.

Here’s my entry for last week’s photo challenge, “I’d Rather Be . . . In a Jacuzzi While It’s Snowing.

What are your thoughts? Have you ever been to Yosemite National Park? What’s your favorite place to hang out or visit? 

I’d love to hear from you!

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Retro Jewelry Haul – Part 2 – Carved Animals and Wood Pieces

Do you like animal or wood jewelry pieces?

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This is Part 2 of my Retro Jewelry Haul from an Estate Sale. These pieces have wood beads or animals, although some are imposters and are actually made of plastic.

If you missed Part 1 of the Retro Jewelry Haul – Cute or Ugly (bangles and beads), you can read it here.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Retro Jewelry Haul

This first necklace is odd in many ways. I don’t know if I missed a trend or fashion, but lopsided or uncentered necklaces don’t appeal to me. How about you?

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Retro Jewelry Haul

There is one saving grace to this piece. The wooden tiger can spin if you flick it with your finger. Therefore, the necklace would appeal to a child and could be quite useful to shush a noisy toddler if you’re at a restaurant or in a crowded church.

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Would you wear this necklace?

Here’s the video below if you want to get a closer look at all these jewelry pieces and discover concrete proof I am a genuine, 100% goofball:

This next piece is one of my favorites. Winner winner chicken dinner! If you’re a jungle animal fan, this might appeal to you. Check it out. There’s a rhinoceros, hippopotamus, elephant, zebra, and leopard.

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Like the first necklace with the spinning tiger, each of the animals on this necklace can spin, too.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Retro Jewelry Haul

Some of the beads on this necklace are flat, so they’d be great to use for arts and crafts projects.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Retro Jewelry Haul

The drawback to this piece is . . . oh, no!

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Tell me that bead didn’t just fall off.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Jewelry Haul

It did. It fell off right in front of your eyes. Only, it’s a bean, not a bead. Obviously a very, very old bean on a very, very old necklace.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Jewelry Haul

Even worse than the bean falling off, after I recorded the video and planned to entertain my two-year-old granddaughter with this animal necklace, the head to the zebra broke off.

A headless zebra might traumatize a two-year-old, but what ticks me off is these animals aren’t carved wood. Nope. They’re made of some type of hard plastic or resin. I’m so glad I didn’t pay 500 bucks for that necklace, thinking someone spent months carving those intricate pieces.

Next up, a bracelet with five strands of beads. What do you think? Do you like it?

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Retro Jewelry Haul

My youngest sister, Cindy, is a fashionista who knows how to accessorize like a pro. I don’t have a knack for putting outfits and jewelry together.

Actually, if you tell me I shouldn’t mix one thing with another, it’s likely to trigger the rebel in me just to get a rise out of the fashion police. How about you? Are you a fashion rebel, too?

This next bracelet is light weight, but it’s bulky, so I wouldn’t wear it. Would you?

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Retro Jewelry Haul

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Retro Jewelry Haul

This next necklace might be perfect to wear with a tropical-themed outfit.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Retro Jewelry Haul

Some of the beads are wooden, but the other parts are probably made of plastic. I don’t think I’ll ever wear this. The flat pieces will be perfect to glue onto craft projects, like altered art books, or boxes, jars, or a picture frame.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Retro Jewelry Haul

There are lots of crafts we can enhance with pieces of jewelry.

Look at this striped, wooden bracelet. It matches the zebra on the animal necklace. Maybe I’m not too bad at matching jewelry pieces, after all. 🙂

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Retro Jewelry Haul

This next necklace looks like something you’d get as a free prize in a box of cereal or at a carnival. Dinky and cheap-looking. Not sure I’d even use it for a craft project.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Retro Jewelry Haul

This next piece is supposed to imitate ivory, but it’s cheap plastic. If I ever run a white-elephant booth, I’d wear it just for grins and giggles.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Retro Jewelry Haul

Here’s another necklace with elephants. And beads. Multiple strands of beads and elephants.

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Retro Jewelry Haul

Perfect to wear on a safari.

Stylish? Yea or nay?

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, Retro Jewelry HaulYou’ve been a good sport to stick it out to the end of this post.

What are your thoughts? Are these jewelry pieces cute or ugly? Better or worse than the ones featured in Part 1? What kind of jewelry do you like to wear?

I’d love to hear from you!

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