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and adorable cake! i laughed at tigger taking the plunge, but quite fitting, i think!

good luck with the bees! something new to experiment with on your acreage!

merle turner

That's a great cake, have fun with the bees but be careful, I been stung and it does hurt.

Lois Evensen

How darling!


Love the cake. I would like to learn more about beekeeping. Maybe over the Summer.


Oh that is the neatest cake! I could just dive right in like Tigger! You are right, she should go into the cake baking business.
Good luck with the bees!


Love the cake...and glad you are getting bees! I don't know anything about bees, other than they get in a foul mood if it is bad weather. Ask me how I know if you are interested!


That is such a beautiful cake, she is very talented :)

Can't wait to hear more about the bees, I would love to have some but I'm too scared lol


The cake is darling. She should open her own shop.
good luck with the bees!


What a cute cake. She is very talented! Bees! Go for it. We buy locally grown honey. My dad kept bees. I think you'd do well at it.


Cute cake.... and bees!!! How exciting.. Hubby has always wanted to have bees...... and I know what your taking about...when you are use to Jim 'talking for awhile'...mines like that too:)) Hard to believe you are winding down ...seems like you just got there... but I guess it is the 21st...9 more days and I leave...


That cake is the best!!


This is such a cute cake!


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I love that cake! She is truly talented and could open a business, as you said.


What a work of art! Gracious. I would have eaten it before it was done.

EG CameraGirl , Canada

I bet Ayla was happy to see that cake...and eat it. :)


Well, that cake is adorable! Such talent!

And congratulations on your new venture. Is a maple and honey syrup in the future? :)


Congratulations Ayla! and Kate for her perfect cake!


Your daughter-in-law is VERY talented! I used to bake and sell decorated cakes (including wedding cakes) so I think she should definitely think about doing this! Really cute cake! And as far as having bees...I think about doing that sometimes. I had a LOT of bees visiting my yard here when I was feeding the hummingbirds and I had to take the nectar feeders down there were so many. The hummers couldn't even get to the feeders. It's something I am very interested in.


You're right -- she does need to open her own shop! That cake is incredible! My husband has a friend who has gotten into beekeeping these last couple of years and loves it. Hopefully yours will too:)

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