Saturday, April 14, 2012

Pogo Stick Snacks

I have been M.I.A. lately around blogland.

But I think that is probably going to be the case
for awhile and I am ok with that.

You see, I am busy doing something very 
important. Like, making edible Pogo Sticks
for the Neighborhood Pogo Stick Champion, 
which just so happens to be my daughter.



Who would have thought a Pogo Stick
from the Easter Bunny could lead to such
confidence as well as a new business venture.



In case you want to learn, Sophia does give
Pogo lessons 3 nights a week and on Saturday mornings.

Price - 2 rocks. 

Of course her trusty employee (me) will make some
fun Pogo stick snacks for her students.  

I have always said to myself,
 "Life before blog, never blog before Life"
and this past month I was given that reminder...and I listened.

Have a wonderful weekend!

18 Comments:

Barbara F. said...

You go, girl!! We know what is really important. We will be here when you get back. ((hugs)) xo

My Little Home and Garden said...

Sounds good to me! Have a wonderful weekend, Trish.
-Karen

sweetsimplestuff.com said...

Pogo stick lessons ... I am impressed! I didn't even know that pogo sticks were still available ... have fun!!!

Lisa said...

I used to love those when I was young and spry and thankfully I never knocked any teeth out. Blog when you feel like it, not when you feel you have to. Makes all the difference!
Lisa

Beth Jackson Klosterboer said...

Love your pogo stick treats and your attitude! Enjoy the time with your daughter, it's what life is all about:)

Beth @ Hungry Happenings

Nann from At Nann's Table said...

You are a riot. Am so glad you have your priorities straight. Blogs will come and go but your kids and whats important to them won't. These fun edible pogo sticks are just so fun and any and everyone who gets one will be over the top happy. Go have a great time. Your blog will still be here when you get back:)And so will we:)

MrsFoxsSweets said...

So cute! Way to go Sophie! Take all the time you need...our little ones are only young once!

Sue said...

Trish, You are spot on with your priorities. Time really does fly by incredibly fast, and you don't get it back:)
My kids used to love their pogo sticks. Your treats are darling!
Have fun with your little pogo stick star!

openconceptkitchen said...

A sweet way to deliver a beautiful message, not to mention a lovely treat for your entrepreneur of a daughter and her students :)

MyCakeSchool.com said...

Totally the right choice-- love the CUTE, CUTE pogos, and 2 rocks for a lesson is a steal! Go Sophia!! (You need to get a pogo stick of your own, I think you two would be unstoppable!) ;0)

Yael said...

Good for you- always listen to your heart!

Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust said...

Love the pogo sticks. I'll be over next Saturday. :)

kitty said...

I'm so glad that you listen to your heart! xoxo

Lavender Cottage said...

Hello Trisha
I was wondering where you were and am glad to hear everything is OK, as far as pogos go anyway. They look like the little tool the chiropractor uses on my back.
Hope you can visit for tea next week, I'll be showing my cupcakes from the first baking class - I surprised myself.
Hugs,
Judith

SweetSugarBelle said...

Hahahahahaha, tell Sophie I'm a little envious, even as a kid I almost killed myself on a pogo stick a few times! I'd rather eat em!!!

Pink Little Cake said...

Ohh I want a Pogo lesson,I am too old? mm never too old to learn. Your pogo sticks look cute and yummy.
Life , family and joy is more important than blogging.
Hugs!

Michele Bakeskool said...

oh my gosh, soooo cute! I bought my daughter (11) a pogo stick and went up a level, turns out she's not heavy enough (yet) to work it. I loved them as a kid!

Angela McRae said...

Hey, you are creating a future entrepreneur! Keep it up!