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« Twincident #147: A broken swing can be fun with a twin | Main | Make-A-Wish makes all the difference »
Friday
Mar272009

Cross-Post: Bake Me a Wish gourmet cakes review and coupon!

This is a cross-post over at Twofer Thumbs:
There is a lesson to be learned eating cake, and it has nothing to do with nutrition...or lack thereof.

How would you feel living far away from family and friends, often risking your life, on your birthday? I bet something as simple as a surprise birthday cake would make you feel pretty damn happy...even for just a few minutes.

That's what Bake Me A Wish! had in mind when they started the Freedom Cake program. When you purchase a Freedom Cake from Bake Me A Wish for someone here, a second cake is sent to a soldier serving oversees for their birthday!

My family was given the opportunity to experience the Kids Freedom Cake: a cake was sent to our home and the Twofer then wrote a letter online that will be delivered to a soldier along with a birthday cake for them!

We decided to share the deeeeelishious cake from Bake Me A Wish! with some friends and explain the Freedom Cake to all the kids.

To see what we thought of the cake and read the rest of the post go to Twofer the Price of One

Already convinced? You need to check out Gourmet Birthday Cakes at BakeMeAWish .com!

Then come back and tell me which cake you ordered!

Janine

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