Saturday, June 1, 2013

Sweet Cheeks And Sisters Meet The Mayor

Back before I was forced to
take a blogging break
(because I had NO computer)
I did a little post about 
Sweet Cheeks and her sisters.
Their Daddy built them a little
"house" to sell cookies and ice cream
at the farmer's markets and local
You can read about 
and Ice Cream 
They were downtown having 
their picture taken for their
If you have a moment they would love it
if you would go and LIKE their Facebook page.
Well, imagine their surprise
when they were asked to meet
The Mayor, Jim Schmitt.
Here he is congratulating them on their business.
Sweet Cheeks is holding up their 
promotional piece and wonders
They will use part of the money they earn 
for school funds
and will give part of it to charity.

Next Wednesday will be their first day of business.
I can't wait.
I am NOT eating any of the products-
even though I THINK they washed their hands
before they started baking!

I am OFF sugar and white flour because 
I don't want to hear SweetCheeks telling people 
that I am her best customer-
she usually tags on that I am 

Anyway-Here they are-
Ready to go-
Who could resist faces like that?

Later, I will show you the aprons I made
for them to wear everyday-
Think patterns and ruffles!

I am off to warn the mayor that
SweetCheeks may be running
for his position in the 
not-too-distant future!
Heads up-Mayor Schmitt!
your photo name


Kimberly said...

how wonderful! I will go like their facebook page.

Beth said...

Those girls are adorable! I think their business is bound for success.

Lucille said...

How enterprising! They look very pretty with their pink head bands. I will go and like their facebook page.

Susie said...

Diana, they sure are cute, love their bows. I wish them great success. xoxo, Susie

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

They are adorable and such good hearted kids, Diana! You must be very proud of them. Good luck not eating the goods! I'd have thought you would be their taste tester. : )

lynn said...

i love this! just adorable, diana! glad you are back!

GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

Most exciting. But, look out for the up and coming Mayor. She's a natural!

Kelly said...

Well who knew she was a little entrepreneur? I think that is pretty neat! Obviously, the mayor thought so too! I wish her the best of luck today with her first day of business.

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

They are really something! How cute the aprons are and their decorating. I will go like their FB page! said...

Congrats Sweet Cheeks and Girly team. Oh what darlings.they look so cute. What a great idea so they can feel the world out there so young. Plus half donations. That is great at that age. Most kids would want the money all for self. So that is fanatastic.

I love everything about them.Big smiles and cute faces of Can I help you.

Glad you posted this. Plus the Mayor.

You must be so proud Nana.

I laughed about your comment about your self with not eating sugar.

You do look like a Hotter Grandma since you loss. Dont blame you to not want to get on the heavy side again.

Carol Ann

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

They are precious - and this is an amazing learning experience for them - who knows how it will affect their future prospects?

I love the serious faces when speaking w/ The Mayor.

As for old and fat, I rule that category. Sad but true. Oh well. You look fabulous!


Tina C said...

I can't wait for opening day! I've been waiting to see the aprons you were making for them. These cuties are ready to rule the market!


Such adorable entrepreneurs! That was so nice of their dad to start them a "business", it's a way to give them the GO for the future!
Big hugs,

cindy the cottage chick said...

Wooo! What a great thing for the girls...I mean having their own little biz as well as meeting the mayor :) They are adorbs!

It's Just Dottie said...

Those girls of your's are the cutest!!!!
Smiles, Dottie

Woodworkin' & Good Eats said...

What cuties they are. a little older than our grand kids. That's quite a nice looking building their dad built. Very impressive.

Woodworkin' & Good Eats said...

I can't brag too much because Connie has actually done most of the sanding and painting. However it certainly is a labor of love for both of us. She is a pretty boat now. Thanks for stopping by for a visit. Always nice ti hear from you.

Karen Mary Butterfly said...

This is just full of cuteness! I liked them on Facebook! How sweet are they? They must be so excited! Their shop is so so cute! I would love to buy their cookies!

Tete said...

Oh, don't you just love it when they do things like this? I hope they sell really good the first time out. You can always buy those cookies and send them to your blogging sisters!

Japolina said...

Fantastic! Good luck to them!

Claudia said...


What entrepreneurs they are! Yay!


Stephen Andrew said...

So cute!! Congratulations to her! Dad did a great job with their mobile bakery! Looks great!

20 North Ora said...

How precious! I keep telling you that you better get prepared for that little dynamo!! She's going places.


Karen Frost said...

How adorable! Those girls will be running fortune 500's before too long! 'Liking' their page right now! xo

Richella Parham said...

Could they be any cuter? I don't really think so! God bless them for their hard work and sweet generous spirits! I'd say they're like their Nana Diana!

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

How fun, Diana, it really is good to start the money rolling in when they are young. They look so cute and what a great idea for them. If I were on FaceBook I would 'like' them, but tell them for me that I like them anyway. Good to see you back, my friend. Notice I didn't say old friend because then I might have to add fat, Oh wait, that' me looking in the mirror!!Happy Weekend..Judy

Annesphamily said...

Never to young to teach our youth good work ethics! I want to see those aprons too! I have missed you! Come over and help me identify some birds I snapped earlier today!

Grammy Goodwill said...

They are so cute. I'm sure they will be successful.
I liked their FB page.

Junkchiccottage said...

How sweet Diana. I love this. I know they will do well. How stinking cute is there sales shop! I will go to their Facebook page too. They are adorable.

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

Already liked on FB! I mean really, who doesn't love cookies and ice cream? And those girl just need to smile to win over their customers!

Anne said...

Just liked there facebook page! Best wishes to much success!

Tammy Henderson said...

Love this that they are willing to give...wishing them much success....liked their FB page! You go girls...

Nellie said...

Those sweet girls are sure to impress the mayor - and everyone else! Can't wait to see the aprons.
xo Nellie

Janet said...

Diana, that is so great :)

I just have a short time on the library computer.

I think we will finally be leaving for mom's on the 4th of july. And maybe I will have internet within a month from then I hope. Gosh I have been soooooo bored.

Glad to see you here. Miss you. Take care, Janet W

The Polka Dot Closet said...

How adorable, I knew you made the aprons, I love this cute little business adventure! Keep us posted


Jill Flory of Sew a Fine Seam said...

What fun! I love their building, I love the name of their business and I LOVE LOVE LOVE the fact that they are getting their feet wet as entrepreneurs! So So So cool! And I can't wait to see the aprons you made them.
Also, WAY TO GO MR. MAYOR - asking to meet these 3 sweet gals - they are gonna change lives!

Laura said...

thats so amazing diana!!! what a great adventure for the girls! and just before i read it; i was about to say how cute are those aprons???!

Sarah said...

I'm not one to pass up cookies and ice cream, though I need to be off sugar and anything white. If I lived close by, I'm sure I'd be a nice fat customer. ~ Sarah

Donna said...

How fun and exciting, Diana! What, no sugar? That would be a tough one for sure! The girls look so cute, they will be a huge hit. And your major sure better watch out:)

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

They are adorable..and I think soon to be famous.


Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

They'll do well! Those cute faces will sell lots of cookies and ice cream! I liked their Facebook page!I just love the "little house"!

Sweet Tea said...

I'll vote for Sweet Cheeks!!
Beautiful girls!

Thistle Cove Farm said...

I wish those young entrepreneurs success; it's for a great go girls!

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

Welcome back!!! Those girls are just stunning! Love their business!!!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

They are so adorable and I love their little aprons! I'm not on Facebook, but I'll see if my daughter can vote for me. What a great adventure...I wish them much success!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Looking forward to seeing those little aprons..and Sweetcheeks running for Mayor would NOT surprise me one bit!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

LOL Would you look at your comments?? I would have to die or my house burn down to get that many comments! LOL :):) See?? Your were MISSED!!

pink*cherub*moon said...

Good luck to the girls with their business venture! Glad you're back! Hugs, Leena

Merlesworld said...

They are enterprising young ladies they should do well.

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

The girls will be very, very successful...cute idea!!

SavannahGranny said...

They are adorable and will be a great success. Yup, that mayor just better watch out. I will vote early and often for Sweet Cheeks! That's the American way! Woo Hoo!

Patty Patterson said...

Looks like they're ready to work! I wish them lots of success. Maybe in a few months your state will have the fattest residents in the county. Right now, I think we're pretty close to the top, but feel free to pass us. :-)

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh, there's our SweetCheeks with the Mayor! How fun for all of them to have this little stand, and it's great that some of the money goes to other important things. I really like the dots on the stand, it's so pretty, and who doesn't love pink?

Have a wonderful week, Diana.


Dewena Callis said...

I think those 3 girls can do anything they set out to accomplish. They have so much love and support.

I love to see kids with this much initiative!

Anonymous said...

This is wonderful!! Congratulations to the pretty entrepreneurs. I'm off to like the facebook page.
Many blessings for their business venture.
The aprons are a must.