Insomnia, are you here to stay?

I think I need to change the title of this blog to "Cake & Cows... & Insomnia." It doesn't quite have that same ring to it. But alas! The thing is: I can't say "No" to cake, especially when it was made by a trained baker, who also happens to be a friend, and is… Continue reading Insomnia, are you here to stay?

Saying “No” (i.e. Hello, Insomnia!)

I have been blessed (why blessed? It seems counter-intuitive on its face, but it's the word that first came to me) this week to have to say "No" to two what-could-have-been really great opportunities. Why did I say "No"? Either the dates, location, or timing simply did not work out. If they did, I'd have… Continue reading Saying “No” (i.e. Hello, Insomnia!)

Sunday thoughts: the dairy industry, Ramadan, and getting used to things.

Snow-topped roofs and cars are not what I was expecting to wake up to today. I suppose I had gotten comfortable with assuming that as the days got longer, so too would they get warmer. Alas, that is not the case on this 31st day of March. I should have known better. I will not… Continue reading Sunday thoughts: the dairy industry, Ramadan, and getting used to things.

Three years ago: A reflection on my blogging journey. Everything’s a journey with me, ain’t it?

I had almost forgotten... until I remembered. Cake & Cows was born three years ago today. I did not start blogging three years ago, mind you, but Cake & Cows is my first "public" blog. And by "public" I mean I told people I know in real life (or IRL, as we used to say… Continue reading Three years ago: A reflection on my blogging journey. Everything’s a journey with me, ain’t it?

When the rest of the body develops a fever

It has been an emotional week, both on a personal and global level. I'm doing my best to not pore through every little detail about what exactly happened and why this past Friday in New Zealand. This is not the first time a right-wing white supremacist has killed dozens of innocent people and I hate… Continue reading When the rest of the body develops a fever