I had a birthday this past week. And so did my friend Mike. I love parties, and I love cake. And so does Mike. And so, we threw a dual birthday party on Saturday night.
We celebrated 107 years of fun and mayhem. I’ve been claiming 35 of those years, and tagging Mike with the other 72 years. But, in reality, it is almost an even split!
Here’s a pic of Mike and me with the chocolate cake. When you flip the “107” upside down, it looks like “LOL.” For some reason, we got a big kick out of this.
Anyways….so, along with 30 of our friends, we celebrated with pizza, adult beverages, and Pie-Cake. What is Pie-Cake? Pie-Cake is what happens when two people disagree on what kind of birthday cake to buy.
I like chocolate cake. Mike likes cherry pie. I told Mike, “Dude, cherry pie is not a birthday cake.” But then I thought, really, who am I to judge or to rain on his birthday parade?!
And then I realized that, if we bought one of each kind, we could put a slice of each on a single plate and enjoy the flavors together. A dessert joint-venture.
And there, my friends, was the birth of the Pie-Cake.
But you know, there were little nuances in the making of the Pie-Cake. Mike put his slice of chocolate cake on top of his slice of cherry pie. I, on the other hand, layed down a big slice of chocolate cake on it’s side, and then I smashed the cherry pie on top of the cake, rendering the two inseparable.
Although we couldn’t agree on the best way to assemble and eat the Pie-Cake, we did agree that it was freakin’ delicious!! Best, best, best Birthday Pie-Cake ever!!!
This is a bit embarrassing, as it makes us seem like real pigs, but, we also had a third cake….a carrot cake. We had to, because, well, carrot cake is really good.
So there you have it. Yes, I had three pieces of birthday cake. Or maybe it was just two…One slice of Chocolate-Cherry Pie-Cake, and one slice of carrot cake.
At the end of the night, I was happy to be done with the big sugar binge, and I was looking forward to starting a sugar detox this morning. But when I opened the fridge this morning….Holy Freakin’ Jiminy Cricket….this is what was staring back at me…
….a mangled mess of leftover carrot cake and chocolate cake, just sitting there, tempting me to eat it for breakfast.
I quickly slammed the fridge door shut. Mark brought home the left-overs. Oh well, maybe it’s better to start my detox on a Monday after all.
6 thoughts on “107 Years of Fun and Mayhem and Pie-Cake!”
I am jealous of your adventure! Two months ago I began to look into RV life, and travelling the US. The reactions of my children are mixed.
It took us a good number of years from when we started thinking about buying an RV, to when we finally bought one. And still, when we bought our RV, we were just dumb as doorknobs about everything! Still are. But it’s a whole learning adventure!
Moral of the story is, keep thinking about it. Keep looking around. Do a lot of on-line research. And one day, the time might be right! In the mean time, it can be lots of fun to go looking around at dealers and RV shows.
If you haven’t yet, read the first few posts on my blog, where I talk about us buying our RV. You can have a good laugh, and learn from our mistakes!
Thanks. It’s either going to be an RV or a treehouse.
LOL. That’s funny! A treehouse…definitely cheaper….but harder to get in and out of. Hmmm. Tough choice!
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