• Monster Bubbles

    As many of you know, Sprinkles (my pet unicorn), and I just moved to Colorado a little over 3 months ago. We used to live in New York City. Yes… it was quite the culture shock.

    New York City is this amazing cocktail of culture. It has its own rhythm, smells, colors, sounds, and tastes. It’s one of those places that you love so much, and at the same time you need to get out of the city’s pulse from time to time. Just enough so that you miss it again.

    My happy place in NYC is Central Park. It has been since I was 11 years old and set foot in there for the first time on a family vacation. The buskers make it even more magic to me. I just love going on a walk and hearing violins… or seeing little kids all gathered around to watch a marionette show– but I have to say the bubble buskers are my favorite. Oh, the bubbles! They are massive, colorful…. and memorizing. Naturally when I got to Colorado I began to miss Central Park and all of it’s magical bubbles– so I decided to make some myself. You can too!

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  • Magic Milk Potions

    My poor pet unicorn has been up the past few nights with awful dreams. I feel so bad for her… but she is too big to fit in my bed, so there is not much that I can do. I decided to call her mother and ask what is the best to way help unicorns with nightmares. She told me that there is a very soothing Magic Milk Potion that mommy and daddy unicorns give to their little ones when they get scared at night. It is made from cutting a piece out a rainbow and boiling in a pot with a cup of sugar and milk for 10 minutes. She told she it was ok if I didn’t have access to organic rainbow chunks and gave me a substitute recipe.

    The Magic Milk Potion ended up being really fun to play with and totally memorizing. If you have a little unicorn who is suffering from nightmares… or it is a rainy day and you need to entertain your kiddos– it is a great recipe to have on file. Your kids will be sure to have tons of fun playing with rainbows in their bowl.

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