Icing on the Cake...

WOW has this been a couple of crazy weeks! Things are finally coming to a halt and we are excited about lots of great things that we hope to share on the blog this summer! Hope you had a great week...have a sweet weekend!!

loving this snow cone garland....perfect for summer!
this is a super cute diy cupcake stand
oh my, grab a cup of coffee and swoon over this
want to make a sundae just so we can use these
this is one of our favorite pins of the week, so gorgeous!
we are in love with this etsy shop...if you love cake stands you will be too!
how much fun would it be to make these for a birthday cake!
if you like cookie dough, make these...the frosting is ah-mazing!
it was really exciting to see this pinned here
we always love being featured here

{photo via pinterest, no further credit, if you know please let us know}


Sarah said...

The picture is from thisismeinspired.blogspot.com. For some reason my phone is not letting me post a link here. It is from their January 8th post. I love her site and your's--so many great ideas!

smokegood said...

In every betting game, the odds are against the player.
Every person who hits the jackpot on a slot machine is actually winning money that previous players los
Sadly, the longer you gamble, the more likely it is that you will lose money, because the odds are against you.
Many problem gamblers have the false belief that they will be able to "beat the system" but over time they'll lose money, probably an awful lot of it.
The odds of winning the National Lottery jackpot are about 1 in 14 million.

smokegood said...

Think of it like this: your friend Dave lives somewhere in London and you want to call him at home but don't have his number.
If you try reaching him by dialling one of 12.5 million London phone numbers,
your odds of getting his number right on the first try are better than the odds of winning the lottery jackpot.
Return to Player (RTP) is the term that gambling businesses use to describe the percentage of all the wagered money that a gambling machine or game will pay out over time.
RTP is calculated over the long term, rather than being a calculation of short term (e.g. session, daily or even weekly) payout.

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