Amy rhian Oleary

(15-01-87 / wales (abergavenny))

recipe for a beautiful daughter! writen by my mother kerry olearyx


2lb of self raising flowers,
4lb of warm, loving heart,
1/2lb of sugar sweet to eat,
2 oz of beautiful eyes that sparkle like diamonds!

1/2lb of tuff cookie crumble,
3lb of the sweetest smile,
that just melts your heart,
4oz of mixed sayings,
that confuses us all,
and a touch of blue dye for decoration,

to prepare!
mix the flowers and the sugar together,
to get that rich looking texture,
rub in the tuff cookie crumble,
to help it stand up by itself,
dropp in those beautiful eyes,
that sparkle like diamonds,
add the sweetest smile,
and mixed sayings,
heat in the oven for 22years,
then drizzle the wonderfull blue dye over the cake,
this is served in a bed of love and tender care.

this isn't m&s cake,
this is my beautiful cake, Amy xx
with love happy birthday xx

Submitted: Thursday, January 15, 2009

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