Debbie Goard can be truly called a cake designer. Look how realistic are looking her biscuits and charlottes. Among recent orders was, for example, a whole scene from a horror movie. We offer you a small selection of the most original works of this unique confectioner.
In Malibu (California) there is a beautiful cave house created by the inspiration of the comedy cartoon series The Flintstones. Legendary American television host Dick Clark and his wife decided to sell their house in Malibu for $ 3.5 million. The unusual structure built in the “cave” style based on the “Flintstones” away from the noise of the city. Designers have tried to fit the structure into the surrounding landscape, which should complement it organically.
‘We’re gonna need a bigger boat’..
For those of us old enough to remember the iconic line in the movie that terrified us enough NOT to enter the ocean for several months after. I was one of the fearful kids that chose the pool over the beach for the longest time.
Here are some of the behind-the-scenes photos from the film to hopefully cure the childhood traumas incurred because of the film.
As pet parents, we’re always moved by stories of dogs that display incredible loyalty and devotion to their owners, even after those owners have passed away. One recent example of this type of love, out of Chennai, India, is particularly emotional.Blue Cross Of India
India Blue Cross general manager Dawn Williams was on a rescue mission during the first week of August and spotted a dog sitting on a freshly dug grave. He didn’t think much of it and the team continued on their way, but when Williams drove past the same place on another rescue mission on August 13th, he noticed the same dog sitting at the same grave looking as if it hadn’t moved. According to the India Blue Cross Facebook page, Williams and his team drove back to the graveyard after their rescue and tried to coax the dog—who seemed clearly distraught and under-nourished—to them with biscuits and water, but it refused to move.
The team went to a nearby shop to inqure about the dog and learned that he had been a constant companion of an 18-year-old construction worker who adopted the dog, named Tommy, five years ago, according to the NY Daily News. The boy, named Bhaskar Shri, was hit by a motorcycle and died on August 2nd and it appeared that Tommy hadn’t moved since the boy’s burial.Blue Cross Of India
Williams found Shri’s home and located his mother, who accompanied him to her son’s grave. The boy’s mother assumed the dog had run away when her son died. The mother and Tommy recognized each other immediately, and Williams said that Tommy rested his head on the woman’s feet and whimpered while she bent down, lifted Tommy’s head and buried her face against his neck in tears.The boy’s mother then picked Tommy up and carried him back into her home, telling Williams and his team as she left, according to Facebook, that she had wrongfully thought because her only child had died that she had nothing to live for.While Tommy’s owner, and a mother’s son, can’t be returned, we’re so glad to hear these two have found solace in each other and that Tommy will be cared for by family.