My sister Stephanie did an online audition for America's Got Talent, please watch, like and SHARE SHARE SHARE!!!! :)

I had the absolute honor and pleasure to be in Courtney and Drew's Oklahoma wedding this weekend! It was a beautiful wedding, and an even more stunning bride. The details of the day were spun from love, you could tell. I'll let the photos do the Clayton Austin.

Click HERE for the photos.

Last weekend I had the privilege of making Drew and Courtney's wedding shower cake. It was a delicious red velvet with cream cheese filling and cream cheese icing. I gave it a whipped, unfinished look; which complemented the shower's decor. Cake topper and photo by the talented Stacey Ramsey.

My new friends have started a too cute design studio - Covey Studio. They are quite talented in many, many ways! Check out their blog for more info! Stacey and her team beautifully styled Drew and Courtney's shower, be sure to check her website for all the amazing photos!!

Cake Creating

Cake season is in full swing! I recently made a fabulous 80's cake for a friend of mine, and from there received FOUR new orders! So very exciting! I've slowly but surely improved my skills, and am excited to take another class at a local bakery.

Here's just a bit of work I have done so far.

The Fun Theory

Check out this great initiative, The Fun Theory:


Last weekend I had the chance to go to Mammoth Mountain in Mammoth Lakes, CA. I took two of my best friends, Dani and Katie, and we had an absolute blast! Friday we took snowboarding lessons, and by the afternoon we were able to go down the mountain. I'll use that term loosely in regards to me, I had some "technical difficulties". Let's just say I prefer summer sports over winter sports. Let's also say that almost a week later I'm still sore. ;)

We had a great time checking out The Village, Main, Eagle and Canyon Lodges, The Yodler (they will roast marshmallows for you!) , The Auld Dubliner, the list goes on and on. Katie flew out from Nashville to join us in our little jaunt north to Mammoth, and I was so excited! Any trip is better when your best friend is with you!

My favorite part of the trip was probably when we took the gondola all the way to the summit of MM. We lucked out with that! We were prepared to pay the $25 ticket to ride to the top, but for some reason we just hopped right on! We weren't about to complain! The video below was taken from the summit.

Tons of memories were made, girl time was had, and I can't wait to go back. Maybe this time I'll stick with skiing. ;)

My friend Ian Collins is a Franklin, TN based photographer; and I happened to be perusing his photoblog when I stumbled across this entry about Main Street in my hometown.

I loved how the snow looked on all the charming houses that line to downtown of Franklin. Of all the years that I lived there, it never snowed quite enough to cover anything. I remember one freak snow on birthday, which is in April. Tennessee has some strange weather, that's for sure.

Anyway, Ian is a dear friend of mine and incredibly talented. Just wanted to share what he captured of my favorite small town.

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