If you’re free this Saturday, May 7, from noon-4pm, we’d love to show you around our new home, tell you some jokes, and (most importantly) say THANK YOU for helping us achieve something we never saw coming.
Five years ago I started a new hobby with the kind of bravado only someone with an amazing hype squad network could muster. I had no idea what I was doing (in a lot of ways, I still don’t), but I knew I cared enough to try my hardest and that was good enough for you all.
Today I have a “whole ass business”, a staff I adore, the very best clients of any establishment out there, and now, a little bakehouse that I’m cramming as much color and light into as I possibly can. And it’s bc of you guys.
Come on out. Let me thank you in person. I appreciate the heck out of you. This HBB Bakehouse is as much yours as it is mine, except I have to pay for it, clean it, and get to make all of the design decisions, and only I get a key…but other than that, we’re basically equal partners.
This literally couldn’t have happened without you.
Saturday, May 7 noon-4pm 2004 S Neil St in Champaign (right next door to CU flower house… which is right next door to Old Time Meat and Deli)
If you love sleep and not sneaking around your dew covered yard first thing on Easter morning, allow us Bunnies to hop in and preserve some childhood magic (and your sanity) by covering your front yard with dozens of candy-filled Easter eggs.
All yards are guaranteed to be egged by 930am on Easter morning and we have 3 packages to choose from to meet all of your eggy needs.
We’re moving our Bakehouse-warming to Saturday, April 2nd.
My soon-to-be 6yr old changed her mind about her birthday plans (shocking, I know) and I haven’t gotten a whole lot of opportunities lately to be a super present mom, so even though moving a date is completely against everything in my nature, I’m taking this as a gift from the universe and conceding to a slower pace for the opening.
I’ve waited decades to have this dream realized and, as my therapist loves to point out (we can openly talk about therapy here, right?), it doesn’t do me any favors to rush through the good stuff. So I’m going to savor this time and slow it down and try to do it right.
And, if you’re free, I’d love to see you all on April 2nd. I promise it will be worth the wait.