Sunday, July 31, 2011

Sunday Sprinkles-Where Am I?

Where am I? 

That is a good question. I'm not sure where I am right now.
I'm not sure if I care where I am right now.
I'm not sure if I want to try to find out where I am.
Where am I?
I'm not looking for pity,
I'm not looking for sympathy.
My mind is all over the place,
no matter what I do I can't stop it.
I try to pretend everything is ok,
when inside I know it's not.
Where am I?
I am not the perfect mother,
I'm not the perfect daughter
or even the perfect friend.
I need to be more to my family,
my job,
I hate depending others;
for their love,
their friendship,
their respect.
Where am I?
Am I still in the place you left me?
Am I still sitting by the phone,
looking out the window,
waiting for that knock,
or in the crowd?
Where am I?
I try so hard to put on a brave face,
to be what everyone else wants 
or needs me to be.
 I try to be the strong one,
the helpful one,
the responsible one,
the happy go lucky one.
Where am I?

Peace, Love and Cupcakes

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Sunday Sprinkles-Giveaway Link Drop

Happy Sunday to you all. 

I thought today I would take the time to share some giveaways I have come across.
There will be links for all sorts of things, so sit back and click away. 
Most of all good luck to you.

Oh and here is a little giveaway music for you to enjoy and hopefully put some pep in your clicky fingers.

Candy's Sweet Treats Cosmetics

Naked Palette  plus other items

Several giveaways in one place

Dinair Airbrush Makeup 

$150 Cash via paypal

$410 Cash via paypal or Amazon

All sorts of makeup goodies

Sleek, Evil Shades, Darling Girl, Barry M, HiFi  and more

Lots of makeup


All sorts of goodies

Alexeter Minerals

Sigma Brushes

 Links to lots of giveaways

Several loaded coupon binders

$150 cash via Paypal



Dawn Eyes Cosmetics

Makeup related items

Nail polish

Mac Makeup

2 winners

Sigma Brushes

*** These are all giveaways either I have found or friends have found and shared with me. I was not asked by any of the sponsors to share their links. I am not being given special treatment in any giveaway for sharing the links with you. If you win I am not responsible for any prizes you do or do not receive. ***

If you have a giveaway you would like for me to link to feel free to message me at

Peace, Love and Cupcakes

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Working Together Wednesday/Andrew Compton

Let me introduce you to

Andrew was born two months prematurely with life-threatening lung and heart issues that required very radical treatments to save his life. His parents camped out at his bedside day and night, wondering if he would even survive. Quiet and strong, he made it through those first two months. Andrew had many subsequent hospitalizations, including open heart surgery and a surgically placed feeding tube until he was 5. 
Over the years, a lot of hard work was done with Andrew to get him and keep him healthier. As his health improved, he began to blossom. In 3rd grade, he began baking in 4-H, having a flair for finding the most complicated recipes. His elementary school had done a great job of helping him to grow and expand his horizons. His family was surprised when he wanted to be in the school plays in the 4th and 5th grade. There were no cuts - all he had to do was get in front of the microphone. He did well. His Grandmother was a seamstress, and she supported him with a fabulous costume.
  Andrew was very fond of all animals – even the stuffed animals. His brother, Derek took special pride in kidnapping his favorite – known as Huskie – which prompted Andrew to raise his voice (which he rarely did otherwise)and chase his brother. He raised and showed rabbits – even lavender colored ones! When one of them would have babies, Andrew would take them up to his room, lie on the floor, and let them hop all over him. He and Derek, were also known to go to the local animal shelter and frolic with as many of the cats and kittens as they could. He would go to the pet store just to pet whatever random animals they had. He showed his cat, Butterscotch in 4-H. He was especially proud of Butterscotch’s cage cover that had been sewn by his Grandmother.
His father, John, always had a dry sense of humor, which made him smile. Andrew had his own sense of humor, and would tell lengthy, sometimes pointless,jokes at dinner that would make Derek laugh so hard that he would nearly choke. Andrew and his brother, Derek, formed deep relationships with kids their own age in the neighborhood, often playing around their houses in the evening with very creative “night games” such as capture the flag and foursquare. It was always hard to get them to come in. Andrew, his brother, and friends Andrew enjoyed many overnights with his cousins and friends, and especially enjoyed when his cousins from Arizona or Chicago came to visit.  They would create and tape shows with various costumes and props usually involved.
His favorite beverage was hot chocolate – not just any hot chocolate, mind you, but made with only the best chocolate available. It was a must - whether in the searing heat of August or in the icy frostbitten cold of January. He loved chocolate so much, it seemed that Andrew’s quest in life was to discover the best chocolate in the world. He treasured cooking – especially baking - with a particular fondness for desserts. Sometimes he would wake his parents up late at night with his baking activities. He was known to have more than one dessert sometimes two or three – after dinner. As a high school sophomore, he spent the day at Ghyslain Chocolates in Union City, Indiana, working side by side with the owner, a Montreal-born pastry chef. After that experience, he knew for sure that this was what he wanted to do for the rest of his life.
This led him to enroll in the Culinary Arts program at Sullivan University in Louisville, moving there in mid September. He made many friends quickly at Sullivan and was evolving into a social butterfly, much to the pleasant surprise of his parents and family. Everyone one who met Andrew liked him. One of his cousins, Sean, said that Andrew never got on his nerves, which went against the dynamics of the rest of the family. His family worked very hard to get him to smile, and smile he did with his famous sheepish smile. Although not one to initiate a conversation, he always wanted to be included. Andrew was a quiet, sweet, kind, trusting, laid-back,friendly, lovable kid who loved well and was well loved. He affected the lives of many in ways he could never have dreamed, and he was affected by us in ways we could never have imagined.
Rest In Peace, Andrew.
Cheryl Lamb and Angela (Lamb) Compton
November 14, 2010

As you have probably figured out Andrew is no longer here with his family. His life was taken from him on October 28, 2010 when he was just 18 years old. 

I have followed Andrew's story for several months now. To say that the way his life ended was horrible is an understatement. I have really been struggling with what information I should and shouldn't share with you. I will give you some of the details of the case but think that it is important that we keep the focus on Andrew and what an amazing person he was. 

I first heard of Andrew on Twitter in a tweet posted by FCKH8. The tweet grabbed my attention real quick and so I started following Andrews Angels on Twitter. From there I found the Facebook page called Resume The Search For Andrew Compton, from there I found the petition to try and get the search going again to find Andrews body. You can also find updates on the case by clicking here

On the night of October 28, 2010 Andrew left his dorm room, he was being picked up by someone he had met online. There is security video of Andrew leaving and the car he left in. That night was the last time anyone saw Andrew alive. His parents became worried when they hadn't heard from Andrew as it wasn't like him to not have contact with them even for a few hours. On October 30th Andrews family filed a missing persons report. Nothing was missing from his dorm room, his credit card had not been used, and his phone was going straight to voicemail. Andrews family started living out of a hotel room while searching for their son. On November 9, 2010 a man was arrested for the murder of Andrew Compton. Greg O'Bryan confessed that Andrew had died while having sexual relations and that he disposed of his body. O'Bryan claims that he put Andrew is a cardboard box and then put the box into a dumpster. Police searched a landfill for a little more than a week and now claim they have exhausted all leads.

Like I said before I really struggled putting this post together. Since I was a teenager I have always had an interest in true crime stories. I wanted to know details, the hows and the whys, I think so that I could try to make sense of it all. Nine times out of ten I am left to be more confused than when I started. Andrews story is one of those times I am left to ask why? how? and again why? How can a young man with such a love for life be taken just when his life should be beginning? Why would someone just treat Andrew like he was a piece of trash by placing his body in a box and throwing it in a dumpster? How could a police department just give up looking for Andrew?  Trust me when I say I have about a million more questions in my head. If I have all these questions what about all the questions Andrews parents have?

Why am I telling you about Andrew? Because he was a son, a brother, a cousin and a friend. As much as I hate to say it, it could have been your child, brother or friend that this happened to. He was NOT a piece of trash to be tossed aside. Andrews body is still out there somewhere and he needs to be found. His family deserves to be able to give him a proper burial, Andrew deserves a proper burial. I am a parent and I can not begin to imagine the heartache that his parents must be going through and will continue to go through until they have their son home. 

Now I know that there are going to be those who will question why Andrew would meet up with someone online. This is something that his parents had addressed with him before. What it all boils down to is that Andrew was a teenage boy who made a bad decision, how many teenagers don't make a bad decision? Shoot for that fact how many adults make bad decisions? It comes down to the reality that no matter if you meet someone online, in a bar, school, or any other place something horrible can happen. We need to make sure our kids know the dangers of meeting up, getting in a vehicle, and or being alone with anyone that they don't really know. You can click here to read some online safety tips and here are some great tips for online dating.

What can we do for Andrew and his family? There are so many things we can do and a lot of them are just a simple click of your mouse. Keep his story out there, keep his face out there, sign the petition to resume the search for him. If you are a blogger share his story on your blog, you could even just link back to my post. If you are a Tweeter you can follow Andrews Angels and just click retweet on one or more of their tweets. If you are a Facebooker join the pages set up in Andrews name, click the share button. You can click the donate button on the link here to help his family with traveling costs, lodging costs, and burial costs once Andrew is found, no amount is too little. 

I would like the Compton family and Andrews friends to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Links to find:
Andrews Angels on Twitter click here
Resume the search for Andrew Facebook page click here
Petition to resume search click here
Updates on the case click and here
Donations click here or at any PNC Bank branch and stating you want to donate to the Andrew Compton Memorial Fund

Peace, Love and Cupcakes

Monday, July 18, 2011

Crackle Fan? Check this out

Do you like the crackle nail polishes? 
Want to get your hands on some?

I have always enjoyed painting my nails but somehow got away from it. Being a stay at home mom I don't have much opportunity to get dressed up. I forgot how something as simple as a coat or two of polish can make me feel girly and pretty.So with a lot of my online friends posting pics of their newest nails done with crackle polishes I decided I needed to get back to doing my nails. The mission was born. I set out on an adventure that would take me to 9 yes 9 different stores looking for crackle nail polishes. Of course it being close to the 4th of July all I was finding was red and blue, I wasn't happy. I wanted colors I could use with anything like white, black and silver and I wasn't stopping until I found at least one of them. Long story short I found a Walgreens that had a good selection and was able to get both white and black. YAY!!!

Now the girls and I spend a lot of time looking at cute things to do to nails on youtube and different nail blogs. It is something we enjoy doing together so no harm there right? Thanks to my friend Squishy sharing a link to a blog she found (Painted Lady Fingers) I have a new favorite blog to read and share with you. Lucky for you and me both this blog is in the midst of a 2 year celebration of giveaways YAY!!! You can click here to find an awesome crackle polish giveaway she is having. I really encourage you to take the time to look through her other posts though. She definitely has some unique and gorgeous ideas to share with us. So what exactly is the prize in this giveaway? Look below to see.

Photo courtesy of Painted Lady Fingers blog

You could win all 6 of these crackle polishes. So hurry on over to Painted Lady Fingers to get your entries in for a chance to win.

Here is a look I did with a different brand of crackle polish

Peace, Love and Cupcakes

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Sunday Sprinkles-Say What?

I know I haven't been making as many posts as I should be the last few weeks. Most of you know my mom was sick and in the hospital, then I got the crazy infection in my leg. Well things are looking up and so I hope to be back to posting more often. Mom has been venturing out to do small errands on her own which has to feel good for her not to have a "babysitter" tagging along everywhere she needs to go. My leg is looking so much better, I still have extreme swelling and some episodes of intense pain, but all in all I feel better. 

A recent pic of Patch and his BFF Quincy napping together.

This week has been pretty crazy with things happening, some good some bad some just plain ridiculous. I tend to over think things, I will agree I do at times. I just try to understand things in a way that makes sense to me, I try to see things from different points of view. I don't see that as a bad thing though, well most of the time anyway.

I have been in contact with someone who has done hundreds of people wrong. Once again we are all hearing the same line of I want to make this right. I have a lot of feelings on this whole situation and honestly I'm not sure there is enough time to type it all up. Maybe I will share my story in the near future, something else for me to think on. I will tell you I am angry, sad, frustrated, but still holding out hope that the right thing will be done. I am angry for those hurt physically, financially, and emotionally. I am sad for those same people that just as they start to heal and move on their wounds are not only ripped back open but salt is rubbed in their wounds. I'm frustrated for those people, for those who have tried to do everything possible to help. I'm frustrated that people are insinuating that the women I have worked so closely with have teamed up with, been won over by, or are working with this person. That is simply NOT true, we are still the same people we were 6 months ago, we are still doing what we do because it is the right thing to do. Enough on that or I will be here all night.

Casey Anthony...I'm just sick of hearing about her. I'm sick of seeing and hearing that name, and every single move she makes. Don't get me wrong I think the woman is as guilty and hate that she is now a free woman. I hate that an innocent baby died, I hate what was done to her little lifeless body. Enough is enough already. What about other news stories that need or should be being covered? What about covering other missing persons, or hey how about covering something inspiring like our service men and women, or promoting something like say charities? As usual I have been thinking a lot on this too and have something up my sleeve that you all will see come to light very soon.

I want to say thank you to someone who sent me a message this week on Facebook. Your message meant a lot to me. I really appreciate everything you said. I am a firm believer in you get out of life what you put into it. For some that is a great thing for others not so much. I try my best to always put my best foot forward and treat others how I would want to be treated. I'm not perfect I make mistakes, but I always try my best to do and say the right things. Again thank you!!!!

So in closing I just want to say that in the times that I'm lacking in posting I am thinking and plotting future posts. I really enjoy sharing my thoughts and pieces of my life with you all. I'm sure I wont ever be a huge well known blogger but that is ok if I'm not since that isn't my goal. My goal is to share thoughts, opinions, products, and causes with you in hopes that you will take something positive from it. So until next time remember that the change you want to see happen begins with you.

Peace, Love and Cupcakes

Friday, July 15, 2011

Hello Kitty, Hello Giveaway

Head on over to Lipgloss Love Affair for an epic hello Kitty giveaway. If you are a Hello Kitty fan you will be in heaven when you see all the goodies included in this giveaway. You can click the link below to go straight to the giveaway. Good luck to everyone who enters!!!

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Sunday Sprinkles-That's Gonna Leave A Mark

So here I am after another week of MIA. I'm telling ya if something crazy is going to happen, it will happen to me. After my mom got out of the hospital I had the chance to go to my cousins for the weekend and for the 4th of July so I reluctantly went. I only hesitated because of being worried about my mom. 

So on Saturday my cousin came and picked me and the girls up. The girls wasted no time suiting up and getting in the pool, so of course us adults followed. We had a great time splashing and watching the kids play. We got out long enough to eat dinner and get right back in. Someplace nearby were having a nice firework display that we got to enjoy watching from the pool.

Sunday we all slept in a bit which was so nice to be able to do that. The sun was shining and it was hot out, but we decided to wait a bit to go out to the pool. Then here came the storms, it stormed pretty much all the rest of the day and night. So no pool action for us or the kids that day. We had fun though, talking and laughing, and made a grocery store run for the next day. 

Ok now to where the mark comes into play. My cousin drew up a design for a new tattoo for me. A pinup style but a more fluffy version. She is awesome and I love her. He went to work and I went into my zone. It is kind of funny that I am seriously scared out of my mind of needles but enjoy getting tattoos. We started around 9:30pm and finished up around 1:30am, only stopping for one pee break and to add some spur of the moment details. Which I have to say I love the extra details, I think it made it that much better. We were almost done when the leg cramp hit, it was horrible but I worked it out and went right back to it. So now you can see the finished product below.

Now I wont tell you it didn't hurt because you see that tail area where it's curved at her butt. That area hurt like heck. All in all it wasn't bad. I even got in the pool the next day, we wrapped my leg with saran wrap lol, and it held up nicely until the kids used my legs for a diving board. We had a great time with family and friends, ate a lot of food then went to watch fireworks. 

So I come home after all the festivities and my leg was pretty sore and tender, a little red around the tattoo, which is normal so I didn't think anything of it. That is until I woke up the next day to severe pain, swelling and the redness had spread a lot during the night. I couldn't even stand for anything to touch it. I didn't get good pics of how bad it was, I wish I would have though. The pic below is the from the Tuesday morning. I really am kicking myself for not taking daily pics to show just how bad it got.

I tried my best to suck it up and just deal with it but, it hurt so bad, the redness was spreading, and it was hot to the touch. I knew something wasn't right. So I made a trip to urgent care, and boy was that an experience. The nurse refused to even touch my leg, she asked my pain scale and I said 9 at least. She says I'm gonna go get the doc now for you, this is horrible. Way to make me not freak out lady lol. The doctor comes in and says "Why tears hun, you are in much pain?" I answer her with YES I am in severe pain. She proceeds to start chuckling and shaking her head and says "Why you do this? Why you think tattoo is ok?" I reply with I like tattoos and I know it is not ok which is why I'm here. She begins laughing NOT chuckling and say "Nooooo your leg is terrible I mean why you think tattoos are ok? The things we will do to our bodies." while shaking her head. So obviously she is against tattoos, ok everyone has their beliefs whatever. So she does her examination and tells me I am indeed having an allergic reaction to the ink and have and infection, plus cellulitis. She told me I needed to be on bed rest, no work, no driving, only up to go potty. She kept commenting on how painful it must be for me, and how bad it was. As she leaves she tells me she is giving me a script for 2 strong antibiotics and to make sure I eat each time I take them. Oh and also my favorite things she says to me is "You will learn the hard way about tattoos because I'm not giving you pain meds." as she shuts the door and leaves me standing there mouth wide open. The nurse opens the door a few minutes later and tells me I am free to go.

So here I am a week after getting my new tattoo still in pain, still a lot of redness, and still severely swollen. There have been blisters come and go all over just where the red ink is, which freaked me out. It was really gross so I'll spare you those details. 

What did I learn from this experience? Red ink sucks lol. No really I learned that I have an allergy to red tattoo ink, something I hadn't even thought about having an allergy to. I mean seriously how many of us inked people stop and say hey I may be allergic to the ink? I know I sure didn't since I have another tattoo that has a small amount of red ink in it. Honestly it didn't cross my mind when I got that tattoo either. I really suggest that you have your tattoo artist do a test spot if you want red though, I would hate to think of someone dealing with what I am. I also had a reinforcement of even if you don't agree with how someone else believes, it doesn't make it wrong. (I sure as heck don't think that doctor disagreeing with MY decision to get a tattoo warranted her allowing me to deal with the severe pain I am dealing with.) It just means maybe you could learn something that you don't already know. Life is about living to the fullest, loving without limits and learning something new.

p.s. I also learned that good friends will listen to you whine like a big baby and tell you that you're not whining. I love you guys :o)

Peace, Love, and Cupcakes

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

In Remembrance of Caylee

In loving memory of
Caylee Marie Anthony
August 9, 2005 - June 16, 2008

I am making this post as a remembrance to Caylee. I am in no way going to discuss anything to do with the case surrounding her death or the people involved. I know this is a very heated subject for a lot of people but I ask that you stop for just a few minutes and remember Caylee.

I am a firm believer that everything happens for a reason. We may not know why, we may not understand why, we may not like why, but it has happened for a reason. There is always something that can be learned even from the most horrible circumstances. It is up to us to open ourselves up to what is there waiting to make us a better person. For each person what we take from this terrible situation could be different. For some it could be that you need to hug your kids tighter, it could be that someone starts a foundation in Caylee's honor, or donates their time, materials or finances to a childrens organization. It could be that you know a parent who is struggling and needs some support, or maybe you're the parent struggling and realize you need help. Reach out to someone, family, a friend, counselor, hot line, or clergy. It is not a bad thing to admit that you are stressed, tired whatever the case may be. 

I am going to share a bit of what I have taken from all of this. I need to hug my kids more, make more memories,laugh more and love more. As some of you know my oldest daughter is not my biological child. Had it not been for her mother realizing she just couldn't take care of her for whatever her reasons were my life would not be the same. I can not hate her for her decision, although I admit I did for a while. I was angry that a mother could just walk away from her child like she did, I felt like she was only thinking of herself. It took me some time to realize that while she was thinking of herself she had also thought of what would be best for Sierrah. She knew I loved that little girl with all my heart and knew that I would move heaven and earth to be sure she was taken care of. She trusted me out of anyone else in the world and while I may not agree with her personal reasons I respect that she did think of her daughters well being.

What I am asking you to do is stop for a minute, take a deep breath and open your heart. Remember Caylee and the fact that in all of this trial mess SHE was a lot of times forgotten about out of anger of what happened to her. Reflect on your own life and the people in it for a few minutes. Is there something you can do to make a difference in someones life which would also make a difference in your own life? A friend who needs a hug or to hear that you are there for them? An email to someone struggling, a phone call to say I love you, a letter to your parents thanking them, a donation to a children's organization? I feel like if there is something, anything good that we can pull from this tragedy then maybe Caylee will have some peace. I know it may sound silly to some of you, I guess we all have our own ways of dealing with our emotions.

If you feel like sharing how you are honoring Caylee please leave a comment below. I do ask that there not be any negativity posted though, this is to honor Caylee and I would like it to stay 100% positive. It can be anything, a comment, a poem, prayer, a link to a song. Thank you for taking the time to read this and honor a precious innocent baby girl that captured the worlds hearts.

Caylee may you find some peace in knowing that you are thought of daily by millions of people who wish things could have been so different for you. You captured our hearts and will not be forgotten. Rest in peace precious angel.

Peace, Love, and Cupcakes

Saturday, July 2, 2011

MIA and Electronic Cigarettes

I wanted to make a quick post to apologize for being MIA this past week. 

It has been pretty crazy around here and I just haven't had the time to post. My mom had a passing out episode again while we were out watching fireworks and had to be taken by ambulance to the hospital. This is the second time in a month she has had to be admitted. The first time they did a cardiac cath and found nothing wrong with her heart and released her after a few days. This is when she started using an electronic cigarette to try and cut back on her smoking. A week or so later she got a horrible cough and was having trouble breathing. She went to the doctor and was given antibiotics and inhalers to use. She still continued to have shortness of breath though. She had a followup appointment with her doctor who suggested some tests for her leg pain and also a lung function test. It was that same night that she had this most recent passing out episode. I am not going to lie to you and say I wasn't scared to death because I was and honestly still am. Especially when you have a doctor telling you the things I was being told could be wrong with her. She was admitted as I said earlier, and a ton of tests run on her. The doctors were finding nothing that could be causing all this to go on. Finally yesterday a doctor was in her room and witnessed one of her breathing/almost passing out episodes and immediately told her what was wrong. She has COPD which is Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. COPD, or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, is an umbrella term used to describe progressive lung diseases, encompassing emphysema, chronic bronchitis, refractory asthma.You can read more about COPD by clicking here. 
In talking with the doctor and a few other people and also doing some research on my own I have something I would like to bring to peoples attention. I am not saying I am an authority on this at all but I think it is definitely something people should look into. My moms condition became worse after her first admittance to the hospital. While she was there we talked about her stopping smoking, she asked me to go get her an electronic cigarette. I was more than happy to run that errand for her in hopes that it would help her quit. Now I am kicking myself in the butt for it, and wish I had done some research on it first. I never thought about what health risks they could pose for someone and believe me there are health risks. Did you realize that what a person is inhaling is vapor? Did you realize this vapor goes straight into your lungs, a vapor that is not as innocent as it may seem. This is a vapor made up of nicotine, propylene glycol, and what other chemical the company chooses to add, it is heated by the unit and is turned into an aerosol. Did you know that they create their effect by vaporizing nicotine which is dissolved in a solution of water and propylene glycol (which, minus the nicotine, is basically the fog that is used in fog machines)? Yes I realize when we use a vaporizer we are breathing in vapor, but it is far from the same thing. You can click here to see what the FDA has said about the Ecigs. What we were told by the doctor at the hospital is that they are finding that these electronic cigarettes can cause pneumonia Because there is a huge lack of labeling of all the components and their ingredients no one can be sure the health risks they can have from using them. Now I am not saying the electronic cigarettes are the cause of my moms illness at all. What I am saying is just like anything else READ, RESEARCH and RESEARCH some more before you begin to use these. Talk to your doctor and get their opinion, when it comes to your body and your health you can never be too careful.


Peace, Love and Cupcakes


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