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Gladys Levy

Hi! My name is Gladys, part - time baker, part - time teacher, full - time lover of life! Welcome to my little part of the internet! Since I was about 18 I've been taking orders for custom cakes, cookies, cake pops, you name it! However, I've never been formally trained. What?! I know, it's crazy. Fast forward a few years (ok maybe a bit more but age is just a number right?) and here I am with a full fledged business and the filled calendar to prove it! Baking has always been a passion of mine that was passed on to me by my mom, who has always been there for me to teach me what she knows and now helps me with anything and everything.

Throughout the years I've gained skills and have continued to grow as a baker and cake artist to be able to create amazing custom designs that can help make your event just a bit more special than it already is! 

Now that I've told you about how I ended up where I am today and my passion for this little business of mine, let me tell you a little bit more about myself. This adventure started about the time I started college. Since then I've graduated with my bachelors and dove straight into a masters in education. I've been a substitute teacher for a couple years and was set to start teaching in 2020 until COVID changed the way we do school. Long story short, I ended up working at my alma mater and couldn't be happier. To get a bit more serious, at a young age I was diagnosed with Charcot Marie Tooth (CMT). This is a rare genetic neurological disease that attacks the muscular and nervous system starting at the feet and working its way up to the hands and rest of the body. CMT causes joints to weaken and muscles in the hands, as well as dexterity, are not nearly as strong as an average person. All of that being said, being able to wake up everyday to bake and work with my hands, although it has its frustrations and struggles, is a blessing and I will continue to do it until the day I no longer can. Why am I telling you this? Not for pity or sadness, but to hopefully spread awareness of CMT. I've lived with this condition my entire life and have adapted my way of life to be able to live every day to the best of my ability. Some people with this condition are worse off than others and some, like me, are lucky enough to have some sense of normalcy (even if it's just a little bit). If reading this has made you just the least bit curious then I urge you to research CMT. 






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