So many interested stories to cookie.fy. There were on a field trip to VA, far away from CO, when it happened. Let’s just say it involved a nail, her daughter’s pointer and middle fingers, and the emergency room. At least she is a lefty and the injuries were on the right hand… These cookies were a thank you to the administrator who took wonderful care of her, while keeping the parents appraised of the situation. The daughter and caretaker missed the tour of Mt Vernon- thus the inclusion of President Washington.
Denver has a very grateful and satisfied neighborhood. They have a police officer (several actually) that are watching over them carefully and interacting with purpose. And the residents have noticed. These cookies were part of a set that was sent to District 2 as a thank you.
A little attention to detail and some puffy icing makes all the difference.
If you follow this blog, you know that I volunteer for Operation Cookie Takeover. We send treats to military folks serving overseas. I was assigned a Marine for this current (Veterans day) round of cookies. We don’t know where they are stationed but we do find out their battalion. Therefore, I can always include specifics as to their motto and crest. Here was that set.
It’s a BIG DEAL when friends that you play cards with are such fun and so appreciated! Here’s a nice way to let a couple know that they are the king and queen of the card group. A sweet way for the client to say thank you? Yep, ACE’d it.
This set of cookies went out as a thank you to a mortgage company. Several were personalized using the names of the employees and the rest were a ‘calculated risk.’
Our youngest interned at Jellyvision this summer and had a stinkin’ blast! Learned a ton and so, so enjoyed the folks there. I think I want to work there when I grow up. Jellyvision has these adorable characters, blobbies, they use as part of their communication tools. Yeah, I didn’t know what a blobby was either but, one look, and I knew they were meant to grace the cover of a cookie. Here’s part of the last.week.sweet.treats she took in…
Hats off to Chef’s Restaurant for donating to First Book’s Feed the Need to Read project here in Buffalo. This project allows First Book WNY to supply books to kids who have never had their own book and/or have none at home. A big cookie “thank you” for being so generous!