daily dessert

Daniel came to see the Harvard Sailing Team show tonight. We hung out at the apartment after ward – and he brought cupcakes! They were from Billy’s Bakery in Manhattan and they were so good. Although, their frosting is not the very best I’ve ever had, it’s still quite yummy. And the cake part of these cupcakes? Perfect.

Billy’s logo is one of my faves in the baking biz – cute and simple.

I’m up late right now. But it’s because I just ordered us a new mattress! Woohoo! I couldn’t wait any longer. I went to look at beds today and decided to take the bulls by the horn tonight. This is some of the best news to come out of the Jen/Kevin household in quite a while. We’ve desperately needed to make this purchase. It arrives on Monday.

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