“It’s like a Christmas party, with the icing on top,” the woman said, explaining how she baked the cake for her son, a member of the military.
It’s a cake that she makes every year, the woman, who asked not to be identified by her full name, said.
She said she is an Air Force veteran who had her cake decorated for her husband’s birthday.
It was decorated by a veteran who is a veteran himself.
A veteran said it is hard to bake a cake like hers for a military spouse because it involves many people, and is very difficult to make, but the cake was an inspiration to him, the veteran said.
“It was like a party in a cake.
The cake was beautiful, and the decor was a little different,” the veteran, who requested anonymity, said in an interview.
The veteran added that he also made a cake for his wife’s birthday, but that it was not as good.
In a separate interview, a second veteran who asked to remain anonymous, said that he was also a veteran and that he has had to bake his cake for other veterans, but his cake was not quite as beautiful as the cake he baked for his son’s birthday party.
He also said he made a birthday cake for another veteran’s birthday a couple of years ago, but it was too big and the cake fell off his counter.
“He was like, ‘You know what?
This cake is too big.
It is too ugly,'” the veteran recalled.
“And I said, ‘It’s not ugly.
You can make this cake.'”
The veteran said he did not get much help from the military during his cake making.
He said the cake would not bake, because he did the work himself.
“I had to put my hands on the cake, so they wouldn’t fall off, and it would cook, and that was it,” he said.