Hey. So, the thing is that I love baking. And more than loving baking, I especially love making people happy. And I don’t know any easier way of making people happy than by baking for them. That is why I bake for a living.
But sometimes I lose track of that, and start looking at baking as just a (sometimes) job and (very, very expensive) hobby. And then, a customer will send me some feedback about the Sugarbomb stuff they got in the mail, and all of a sudden I remember the joy I get from making people happy.
OK, I’m going to stop being all sappy and get to the feedback. First, this is an email I got from Bambi, who you may remember from this post a couple of months ago.
On March 18th, Bambi wrote:
Hi, Ian and Jason,
Yum. As you can see, my cupcakes are going fast. So delicious and moist. Thanks to you both for making my birthday even sweeter!
Thanks Bambi! We ♥ you!
Also, about a month ago I sent my friend Jen some gluten-free cupcakes and brownies in the mail. She wrote an awesome blog post about it! Here’s an excerpt:
” . . . I was thrilled to receive a package from Sugarbomb at my doorstep with a personal note from the boys, icing instructions, gluten-free brownies, and vegan chocolate cupcakes with vanilla buttercream icing and sugary glitter sprinkles. Um… wow? All I expected was a recipe, not a box of greatness. Now, Ian from Sugarbomb is a friend of mine, but that in no way influences the review on this post. Lucky for him, his sweets were delish . . .”
If you’re into it, you can read the whole review here. Even if you don’t care at all about a review of my baked goods, you should check out Jen’s blog because she’s so funny. I would especially recommend the review of the Grilled Cheese Explosion Mac & Cheese. It’s pretty great.
So anyway, thanks Bambi, thanks Jen, and thanks everybody for reading!