The cake rocks :). Hope you get well soon!
The cake: Um, ugh. It's the thought that counts though, right?
Is that a Sacred Heart Cake or an Immaculate one?
I LOVE that cake--how in the world did they make it? Did they have a mold or something? Way cool!
Dear Carolina,Wish you much happiness, health and prayer from my heart...Bouquet and the Heart cake are beautiful... I love it!!!Take care!!!
You're lucky they diagnosed you correctly. I had triple bypass and left ventricular aneurysm repair surgery just 2 1/2 months ago. The aneurysm was caused by a completely blocked artery that occurred 7 years ago but went unrecognized by the cardiologist at the hospital where I presented with serious chest pain. So for 7 years I walked around with dead scar tissue on my heart and angina as the rest of my arteries slowly blocked off thinking it was GI pain. You're very young to have this problem, as was I (43 YO) when I originally had what they now call my 'silent heart attack'. Diet, exercise, cholesterol control - if we want to live we have to get busy.And that surgery is really rough BTW, trust me you don't want that if you can avoid it.
That cake is fabulous! I have to show that to My Daughter the Curious, Odd, and Singular Child when she returns from dissecting fish at summer camp. If it's a mold, she'll want one!
The cake is a work of art! It is edible sculpture.Fr. Z said people should come by and spike your stats - I knew that's what all of this is about.
gross..remember too that Satan attacks those most when they are close to something good...I know not everything is Satan- but why would he bother when hes got most under his spell by ordinary means? Serious prayers for you...
Bwhahahahahaha. The cake made me giggle.Continued prayers for healing. love and take it easy, ok?
I must have that cake mold. It will be fantastic for giving Father Sacred Heart cakes.
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