Please try to contain yourself frugal engineers as you read this.
Each Over the Top party has a theme and is run by a team trained in child development, says Dinsfriend. Her events — from tea parties with fine china to military-themed parties led by former Marines — usually take six weeks to plan and cost as much as $10,000.
(You gotta wonder whether that purse cake is even edible. Where do you start cutting? Can I eat the iPod too?)
Who are these people and can we interest them in buying a $2500 AIO to enhance their family’s life? Here’s a link to the article.
Tara Pangakist challenged me to try chocolate covered bacon from Voges Chocolatier. The chocolate arrived on Wednesday and my husband and I got around to trying it last night. I liked the chocolate covered bacon while my husband did not. It tastes like chocolate with salty, slightly smokey bits in it — sorta of nutty in my opinion. I enjoyed the play of salt and sweet while my husband grimmaced. We bought some other weird chocolates to sample. My husband enjoyed the spicy cinammon chocolate very much. I liked it too. I will give an update after we try the other weird chocolates over the weekend.