You guys know I love me some pumpkin spice, but I don’t think the world needs pumpkin spice-flavored everything. Case in point: Pumpkin Spice M&M’s. No, just…no. I love chocolate. I love pumpkin spice. But I cannot imagine that I would like the combination of the two; it’s unnatural.
You know what’s not unnatural? The pumpkin spice cake I made for my mom’s birthday today. It’s delicious 🙂 It was also the easiest thing in the world: you add a can of pumpkin to a box of spice cake mix and bake per the instructions on the box. Mmm, pumpkin spice cake. I feel a midnight snack coming on.
Today’s (final) thing is Flickr. Not being a big photography buff, I had never used Flickr before. I was impressed with how easy it was to set up an account and start uploading photos. I also appreciated that Flickr didn’t require me to create a brand new user name and password, I could simply log in using my Google account information.
I had taken pictures of my two birthday cakes with my iPhone and decided to upload those pictures to Flickr, mostly so I could write a blog post about the crazy Neapolitan cake I made myself and include a picture. I ran into trouble when I tried to embed the picture from Flickr. I couldn’t seem to find a URL that the WordPress image uploader was happy with. This may have had something to do with the fact that it was almost 1:00 in the morning. I had no trouble uploading the image directly to WordPress from my hard drive, though, so I did that so I could finish the post and go to bed. About 30 minutes ago I tried the blogging feature in Flickr, and that was fairly easy as well. I was able to blog a picture of the ice cream cake I had with my parents and aunt on Sunday. Neither one of these experiences is exactly what I am looking for, however. I’m sure that, as I gain more blogging experience, I’ll become a pro at including pictures.
This was the birthday/father’s day cake we had on Sunday. An Oreo Blizzard ice cream cake from Dairy Queen. Awesome.