and Locally Made Bliss…
Wow! April is gone poof, just like that. Now we’re officially half way through May.
Ever notice how May in the Cowichan Valley looks more like mid summer across the rest of Canada? So happy we live in the warm land.
Never underestimate the healing power of digging in the dirt with your hands or the joy of eating something that you’ve grown yourself from a seed.
This wasn’t exactly where I was originally headed, but come to think of it my sister’s flowers are most definitely a beautiful bounty of locally owned bliss. I’ll just let the pictures do the talking…
Anyway, where was I? Right, Wednesday and Friday after school the girls and I like to explore locally owned businesses.
We call it treasure hunting. Sometimes we hunt for hidden treasures that we’ve never found before, other times we head to a favourite spot for some locally made bliss.
Wednesday we visited a place that’s near and dear to our hearts and tummies. We stopped to grab a treat at a cute little locally owned bakery in Duncan. It’s almost torture following our own rule of one treat each. This visit we picked an eclair, a cream horn, a custard doughnut and a chocolate covered banana. I had fruit 😉 They all looked AMAZING!
- Rated as to die for BLISSFUL: the eclair and cream horn
- Rated as interesting the banana I liked it but didn’t love it
- Rated as pretty good after brushing some of the sugar off the custard doughnut (was apparently a bit too sweet)
We’ve purchased many birthday cakes from Westfalian Bakery. Every single one was rated as BLISSFUL.
PS- Remember to shop locally owned; support your community, your neighbours & your friends.