Sunday, March 20, 2011

This is not a paid advertisement

But if it were, I would get rich talking about how much I love Pinkitzel

(Pinkitzel people, if you read this blog, which I am sure you don't because you have unlimited amounts of candy at your disposal and need nothing else in life to complete you, but if you do, I will unabashedly and wholeheartedly promote your adorable store for some more of those raspberry gummy bears.)

Andy was Mia's personal candy assistant.
Bode devoured a lemon cupcake.
How cute is a toothless little girl's face framed in cotton candy and a random assortment of gummy objects?
Nothing makes me happier than to have a big pink sack filled with candy.

I'm really a simple person.  
I don't ask for much too much any more than your average 30-something momma trying to keep her legs shaved.

And I have officially found my nirvana.


Kari said...

I love that place... Too cute!

Elizabeth Mullins said...

We almost went there last night. Probably a good thing I didn't go...I am a sucker for sugar!

Aubrie said...

I have had a crush on those IKEA pendant lights ever since they came out! They are so fun!

OK Chick said...

I went there this weekend. It is a great place! Did you happen to notice the backroom where you can have private parties? It's decorated so cute, and it seats a huge group. I was bummed I didn't discover it sooner, or my bday would be held there. I do not think there is anything wrong with a cupcake 30th birthday.

Wa Wa Waughs said...

Again, I am out of it. Will have to Google to find out where this is!!! Thanks for keeping me in the loop!

Nicole said...

I called to ask them about a party. RUDENESS!!!! And I'm sorry, $400 for 90 minutes doesn't cut it for me.