Sandy really threw me for a loop. I am totally one of those people the says “oh its no big deal, its being blown our proportion, it’ll barely hit us up here in Maine” ha!
Karma’s a bitch Alaina. We were without power for 48 hours. Trees took down power lines all up and down our street, what a mess. Even once the power came back on we didn’t get cable and internet back until yesterday. It wasn’t so bad though, we played lots of board games, got to eat out a lot, and my fiance had a couple days off from classes that he got to spend with us, that was definitely a plus! 🙂
I really am not complaining. My heart completely goes out to those who got hit the hardest in NY, NJ, and CT. I haven’t stopped watching the News and I am so saddened to see those videos and pictures of the flooding and those still without power, those who lost their cars or houses, or worse a family member.
I can’t stop thinking about the hospital that had to be evacuated and how scared people must have been. Its one of the largest storms the northeast has ever seen and it has done serious damage.
We had an earthquake last week, a hurricane this one, please no tornadoes next…Dooms day is apparently December 21st. I’m due December 22nd..my fiance wants me to push this baby out early with the way things are going around here haha Its been a crazy year by Mother Nature.
Soo..Cake. Sour Cream Coffee Cake. I know everyone has had it. Most people have a go-to recipe, but I had to share because Ive had so many coffee cakes and this is by far the best one we have tried. My fiance actually said “This is the best coffee cake I’ve ever had” and I couldn’t agree more.
The soft, moist, cakey texture, with the doubled up streusel was absolutely divine.The texture of this sour cream coffee cake with the sweetness of the cinnamon streusel, topped with the maple syrup glaze, oh it could not have been any better! We enjoyed it as both dessert and with a hot cup of coffee for breakfast…you can’t go wrong with cake for breakfast! Give this one a try, I promise you won’t be disappointed!