Tools of a Different Trade

April 10, 2017

So this is my first blog post, and I am thinking it is going to be rough.  Words in my head sound great, but once I transfer them to written form, I sound like a bit of an uneducated fool!  So bear with me folks as I try to shake the first post jitters off!


Lovely & Amazing Cakes has been operating out of my home based kitchen for several years.  While I have managed to make it work in such a small space, my husband and kids would like to be able to make a bowl of cereal, or cook a pot of noodles without having to move 'cake stuff' out of the way first.  


Thankfully our home has this perfect, unused space in the basement, with a separate entrance to the house.  My husband had told me time and again I should use that space for my business, and each time I shrugged it off.  Then one day the chaos in my kitchen was overwhelming.  So I stepped away from the cake pans and mixers, went downstairs, and started demolition.  


Anyone who knows me, knows that I am accident prone, a bit of a sissy girl, and heavily 

reliant on my husband to complete most major tasks.  But I was determined to do things on my own.  Obviously I had no idea where to find the proper tools to start my demo, a hammer, a crowbar, a screwdriver.... but I was able to find a hatchet, so I went to town.   I was having great fun, flailing the hatchet around, knocking down ceiling tiles, breaking paneling into 

pieces, and ripping 1x2's off the walls. I was covered in dust,and cobwebs. My hands were 

covered in cuts and blisters. But I did it myself, and it was a moment of great personal 


BONUS:  I didn't slice myself apart with the hatchet!


















This was about a year ago, and you know, normal everyday life events sometimes slow down the process of accomplishing extra goals.  But things have been slowly chugging along in the Lovely & Amazing Cakes boutique.  More demolition has been completed, some supplies have been purchased and are awaiting installation.  Contacting electricians and plumbers are on the to do list.  I know where my strengths are (mostly in baking and fondant work) and I know when I need to ask my husband for help.  So when he has a few days off that coincide with my cake free days, we get a little work done.  

 The boutique will be so great once it is complete, not only for me to work in a space specifically designated for caking, but also for my family to get back to 'normal' life. I really hope customers will also love the new inviting space.  I will continue to post progress reports as we move along.  


There!  My first blog post complete!  I hope y'all enjoyed it, and will be willing to come back again to read more.  



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Ainhoa Ferrer, Owner/Operator 

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Green River, Wyoming  82935

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(307) 871-1074

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