Tuesday, December 14, 2004
Cookie Day itself was a success. Shipped cookies arrived in time, both directions. We went to D. and D.'s house for the actual celebration, as they have children. Many cookies were shared, and many eaten.
When we open the physical location of Cracked Cauldron, we will continue this tradition among our customers, with a special commemorative button and T-shirt and carry out boxes and bags.
We think more people in the world need to celebrate the sheer pleasure of a Cookie Day.
It's not really religious, it crosses all ethnic and cultural barriers (I haven't met a culture yet that didn't have some form of cookie or small bite sized treat that could pass for a cookie), and nothing bonds people together better than a box of cookies.