After a hilariously long unexpected hiatus, it turns out some things were actually going on BEHIND THE SCENES. The M’Academia Nut is now…🌟Snackademia🌟 !!
You’ll see that name change reflected all over my social media too, which includes Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter. (Facebook to come soon.) And an INCREDIBLE logo designed by my genius beautiful amazing friend Elizabeth. Thanks, Elizabeth!
And while some things may have changed, REST ASSURED you will still be presented with the finest of low-carb delicacies from this day forward. And that’s a promise.
Check this space for an epic grand reopening recipe with more to come! I’ve got lots planned for y’all. Hints have been presented above. 😘
And above all, thank you so much for coming back to see everything I want to share. Truly, you guys (…and cake) are the only things that keep me motivated.
I’ve been noting with some suspicion that the outside’s been looking kinda real…pretty all of a sudden. My finely tuned eye has been detecting that some colors do not appear to be…gray? And there is a strange glowing orb in the sky that I believe may have something to do with it. I’ve tried calling the White House about it several times but they keep hanging up on me.
I’m just saying, it’s suspicious. So I went outside and took a bunch of pictures, which I will now share with you in the hopes that together we can identify what on Earth is goin’ on here. (P.S. Click for full-size in glorious technicolor!)
What’s so great about this tree is that it’s actually TWO TREES THAT ROMANTICALLY GREW TOGETHER so it’s got two different kinds of flowers.
Out. Of. CONTROL.
Please enjoy this beauty before it craps out petals all over my car which is conveniently parked underneath.
IS THIS REALLY NECESSARY
is this real life
I took way too many here’s another collage so you can stop scrolling.
The Bleeding Heart. Probably writes bad poetry in its high school notebooks.
Oh and a tulip:
I’ll keep you guys posted as I look into this. Until then, I recommend ENJOYING THE SPRING HURRAAAAYYY!!
We interrupt absolutely nothing to bring you these incredibly tiny strawberries:
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