we usually stay local for spring break,
but this year i asked dan if we could head over & do a quickie visit to Savannah.
the gorgeous coastal town
filled with history and charm,
& the inspiration for me to name my first born.
my sweet friend melanie had warned me,
a visit to the paris market
& back in the day bakery
were must see destinations.
well, she knows me.
i could have spent hours in both
maybe i did!
while the feature itself is wonderful
actually walking into this bakery is truly a treat for the senses!
for this former owner of a pink pastel kitchen,
it was love at first site!
the girls working the bakery that day were so adorable.
& were very accommodating while i photographed until my heart was content.
i think my family was worried we were only there for the ambiance!
we tried their cupcakes, lemon bars and italian sodas.
i don’t have a huge sweet tooth,
but my number one weakness is a fresh sugar cookie with homemade frosting.
this is a miss hanna~ a delicious lavender shortbread cookie…..
caroline sampled the pesto fontina
& then followed up with a resounding “delish”!
they offered new born cupcakes to a tour that was coming through.
did she say new born cupcakes?
oh yes she did! how cute is that?
cheryl was in the back baking, duh, while were visiting.
it was all i could to hold myself back from doing the weirdo fan thing &
saying hello and mumbling things such as
this is the cutest place on earth
can i have another lavender shortbread piece of heaven
i loved your article
i’ll be back!!