There we were strolling down the streets of historic Georgetown (6th Steet if you must know), the "Silver Queen of Colorado", minding our own business when the cupcakes started causing
Just about as delicious as Kat’s cupcakes, the one’s calling out to Jim and I from across the street with the enthusiasm of a cheerleader! Those would be the devilishly delicious Red Velvet cupcakes, the one's causing all the commotion. The red color alone says, “You know you're going to fall in love with me, my silly valentine!”
Kat knows all about flavor and ambiance and baking. The place was called simply, Cakes. Not ‘Kat’s Cakes’ or ‘Cakes and the Whole Kat and Kaboodle" - just Cakes. Kat was serious about her cakes; simple, pure ingredients with more of the same when it came to her passion for presentation.
Of course life is never what we expect. That's why there's cupcakes!
I expected the hired help would be family. After all, everything about Cakes said honest, down home baking. Kat’s mom, Lois, probably made all the aprons lining the windows and
You know too, the moment won’t last, which is all the more reason to savor the gift, in this case cupcakes. It certainly seemed the right thing to do given all the commotion.