On a typical day at 9am, I'm sitting (sometimes standing) on a train, commuting to work. A few times a week, I get to depend on the kindness of some neighbor co-workers who pick me up so I don't have to ride the train. Lucky for me, today is one of those days, and the reason why I can say it's 9am, and I have already accomplished so much!
Earlier this morning, with the help and driving assistance of my aunt, I delivered a batch of cookies to the Chestnut Hill branch of Brigham and Women's Hospital.
I made these special cookies as part of my contribution to Frosting for the Cause, an organization that asks guest bloggers to create a batch of baked goods, guest post on Frosting for the Cause, and donate the goods to a local hospital or Cancer Society office. I posted about signing up back in July and you can read about it now, if you missed that post.
To read about the Pink Peppermint Sugar Cookies that I made and topped with White Chocolate Crusting Buttercream Frosting, go to Frosting for the Cause to read my guest post! While you're there, be sure to check out some of the other bloggers' amazing recipes and stories about women they know who have been affected by a woman's cancer such as breast or cervical cancer.