Epic! Yes this was an epic creation. I spent just about all day Sunday creating and making most of the elements for this cake. It was a real labour of love. It was my daughters 26th Birthday on the Monday and her friends are my favourite's when it comes to enjoying and appreciating my healthy alternative creations for her birthdays. I've been doing them for the girls for at least the last 8 years and it's been a total joy. I always get requests for her 21st birthday cake which unfortunately I just threw together and never wrote down the recipe so I now make sure I measure and note anything that may be a winner. Well blogging has also taught me the importance of keeping track of these things as well. I have at least 4 large note books packed to the brim with recipes I've put together. I'm in the process of putting together my first little eBook which has some of my raw tarts recipes in it. It's just a start, I have soooo many ideas for books that I want to do. I just need to get this one done so I know what I'm doing then I think I will be on a roll.
I'm also at a very exiting, life changing, scary, sad, emotional and adventurous time in my life. My last child finishes school in just under 2 weeks time then heads overseas for a month to have an amazing holiday with his brother and sister. They are going to road trip America. They will celebrate his 18th birthday, Vegas, the coast, the mountains, snowboarding and just generally being locals for a little while as they have a base in Montana in a country home and a car to use to get them to the snow, the national parks and Costco! haha, I do hope they go and check out Trader Joes for me, I've heard so much about it and would love to know what it's like.