Tennessee and Toronto

I have Tennessee photos and some Toronto news.

How about Toronto first?

Okay, good.

I’m headed your way. Yay! Not today, but soon. Very soon and I’m super excited about it. I’ve never been to Canada. But, I’ve never been to many of the places on the book tour. That’s part of what’s made traveling so much fun. That and getting to meet all of you and see your smiling faces. I think I’ll be sad when it ends. But, on the bright side, I’ll have weekends free again to bake and make cute stuff and I’m just as excited about that.

Here are the Toronto details if you want to stop by and say hi:

Saturday, December 4 th at 12:00 p.m.
100 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON

Now, a few Tennessee photos. Then at the end, there’s a link to the rest. If you see yourself, feel free to grab the photo you are in.


The Cool Springs Mall made this sign. They partner with Williams-Sonoma often to promote their events. So sweet. I loved seeing it. I have to admit it caught me off guard a bit as I was headed to the signing. I couldn’t help but laugh to myself thinking about all the people who passed it thinking, “Who the heck is Bakerella?”


Then I walked right into this. Thank you all so much for coming.


And, thank you two for your cute tweets. They made me smile.


Hi Ladies. Love the tops.


Speaking of tops –  It’s like we talked the night before to coordinate our colors.


This little guy was so cute. Such a sweet big brother. But I have to tell you, all I could think was please scoot closer to the center of the table, and please don’t drop the baby. And smile.


This was fun for me. The necklace she is showing was the one I gave away on this post. I was so glad to see someone enjoying one of the prizes. Makes me want to do it more often. Give away stuff, I mean.


I wish the book in this photo wasn’t blocking her coat so you can see it better. As soon as I saw it I asked her where she found it. It’s a short wool peacoat. From Target. It’s a great dark pink with black buttons. And now, thanks to next day shipping, there is one in my closet.


These were so cute. She made little turtle cake pops. And they were swimming.


And Williams-Sonoma had Turkey Pops on hand.


Oh my gosh. I loved this young lady. She has an order to make cupcakes for a wedding. How sweet is that. And even sweeter, she wanted to convince her clients to let her make wedding cake pops. Adorable.


Just like these guys.


I have no idea what’s happening here, but I think I was amused.


These girls brought a copy of Entertainment Weekly by. You can’t see from the photo, but I’m #9 on their Must List.

Crazy talk.


It was a battle of the bangs… and I lost. These two had the best hair.


Double dork side wave.


More tears. I didn’t anticipate cake on a stick to be so emotional.


Here’s what happening in this photo. I made my first name mistake and I couldn’t fix it. So, I replaced Cassaundra’s book with a new one and asked her to sign her name for me on the messed up one so I could keep it as a souvenir.


Jennifer made Turkey Cake Pops. That was a lot of work. Please tell your husband I said thanks, too.


And Debbie –  Thank you so much for taking photos. Since I didn’t have anyone traveling with me to Tennessee, I really appreciate it.

Below is a slideshow to see more photos from the Tennessee signing. Thank you all so much. I had a great time and hope you did, too. Enjoy!

Also… yesterday was King of Prussia, today in just a few short minutes, I’ll be in the Short Hills Mall and tomorrow is New York. I’ll post those recaps all together as soon as I can.


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