|Gerard in front, behind him, Judy, Marilyn Janie, me, and Toni|
We always have a lot to say when someone buys Backer's smallest cake. Toni and Janie carried one on a plane to Nova Scotia for me. I had peonies from the garden with larger heads than that cake.
Look at the size of the "70" candles. It's practically crippling that cake.
That cake serves eight generously. It's very rich.
I have a friend, who when he comes into town, buys this cake for himself as if it's a large cupcake.
It's a delicious cake with raspberry filling.
We opened presents and ate cake before playing Golf, and were only able to play one round. Toni won by 50 points to the next lowest person (Judy). The birthday girl was among the big losers. I came in third.
Marilyn's husband, Neil, took the pictures and disappeared before we made him our evening photographer.
Lots of laughing. I mean LOTS OF LAUGHING. You needed to be there.