Sunday, December 14, 2008

9 cupcakes from Nine Cakes

I went to a craft fair today and came home with some cupcakes. Don't they look yummy?

25 comments:

peterson said...

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Michael said...

Nice Blog, Nice Post and Nice CupCakes. How long have been practicing yoga BTW?

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Underfunded Heiress said...

Oooh, those look so delicious!!

jules said...

been following your blog on my RSS feed. your cupcakes look gorgeous (and delicious)!

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Ritesh said...

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fields within Yoga. If you decide to specialize, it is best to do it when the need becomes apparent.

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jsrsolution001 said...

Recognized as one of the finest Yoga retreats in the world, sivanandabahamas is dedicated to promoting the authentic spiritual tradition of Yoga, in an environment normally associated with an exclusive star hotel. We endeavour to embody the spiritual tradition of Athithi devo Bhava (serving the Guest as an embodiment of the Divine) and the staff at sivanandabahamas are trying to practice all facets of Yoga in their daily lives. At sivanandabahamas, you get a unique insight into Yoga, irrespective of whether you are a beginner or have practiced for many years. sivanandabahamas is situated in bahamas where the emphasis is to live an ashram style life (daily yoga, meditation sessions, chanting classes, organic vegetarian food, no alcohol, community service, farming etc.) in private, serene and "simply" luxurious accommodation and facilities. In a typical Yoga Retreat, guests practice different facets of Yoga - for physical strength, balance and flexibility, for physiological & therapeutic benefits and if they are interested, for pursuing a spiritual path through various types of meditation.
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jsrsolution001 said...

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What approach does yoga therapy take?

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Bamboo Baby Clothing said...

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Yoga said...

Yeah they do! Wow, now I want some chocolate!

:-)

Lisa

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kelly said...

Look! it is modern trends so newly and western peoples included the cakes and another thing like fast food those strictly prohibited with yoga and during yoga it is more restricted.

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Nells said...

lovely blog!

Jenai said...

Looks yummy! But WAIT!! The diet..

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Marcus Yogaman said...

Those cakes look to die for!

Sada said...

Yes, all cakes and pasties are really look so delicious!! but my dear friend the use of these food in yoga rules restricted...But I will follow you according to modern time..Nice and tasty Blog..

Catarina said...

What a nice blog - chocolate and cup cakes and YOGA.
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Dan said...

Cool post, cupcakes look good, I love the sprinkles.

The Green Yogi said...

Mmm... Cupcakes. What a cool idea for a blog lol :)

Vyvyan said...

Those cupcakes look fantastic!

happiness said...

thanks i really like it very good
i also got coupon........
Thanks.......