Friday, June 21, 2013

On the First Day of Summer...

... and the feast of St. Aloysius...


Happy 6th Birthday!

Our little 6 year old was so excited to wake up and discover his cake and other gifts early this morning before leaving for the final day of Golf Camp and their tournament.  The older boys had a 7:30 tee time and the other three teed off at 8:30.  Now that the Rose and Bud are awake we are going to head to the golf course to watch the last few holes and the award ceremony, before heading back home for a "Lone Ranger" themed party!  I hope you all have a lovely first day of summer!   St. Aloysius, patron of Catholic youth, pray for us!

10 comments:

  1. LOVE that cake!!!
    Happy Birthday little wrangler!

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  2. Cute, cute, cute! Happy Birthday!

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  3. The cake is fantastic!
    :o) Becky (near PDX)

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  4. The cake is really cute! Did you melt hard candies to make the flames?

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    1. Thanks! I just posted the directions for the cake here: A Lone Ranger Campfire Cake

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  5. That is the best cake ever!!! Happy Birthday!

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  6. As I'm a gaucho - the rural man of the pampas of Argentina, Uruguay and Rio Grande do Sul (the southernmost state of Brazil), our version of your cowboy - I identify myself with the party theme! Congratulations! And long live to Lone Ranger!

    Visit: http://domesticaecclesia.blogspot.com.br/

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  7. That is an awesome cake! I have a little boy with a birthday coming up... I am keeping this in mind! (Today I am "building" a castle cake for my little girl who is turning 5.) Happy Sunday to you and your beautiful family. +JMJ+

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  8. Wonderful cake. My kids loved it. Happy Birthday! Hope he had a wonderful day.

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  9. Adorable! I love how you use less commercial themes!

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