What happen to me? Update: My Dad, Url, Hair Color, Posts

fhpc0tHi everyone! I know its been a while since you all have heard from me. I’ve been quite busy and doing some things. There are a few reasons why I haven’t been posting. I’ve been debating on whether I’ll be changing my url. I’m still deciding but I start back up posting on vintage ghosts until then. I stopped posting also because I felt like my posts weren’t as good as they could be. I also felt like my blog began to become confusing. I felt readers couldn’t really understand what my blog was and or is about. I also got into a writers block, I couldn’t really come up with ideas to posts. But since the break I’ve been coming up with some awesome and great ideas for posts I hope you all enjoy.

Now off topic from the blog I got back in touch with my father who I hadn’t seen in four years so that’s great. Me and him have been going out and I even became a big sister again to my little bro and sis.

Also soon enough you guys will be seeing my hair dyed and colorful I hope to be doing a ”how to:” hopefully if the pictures comes out right or the way I want them too.

So I hope you guys understand why I haven’t been posting and continue being a follower and/or reader.



Orange Glad July 2014 Unboxing

Hi everyone! I hope you all are having a great week so far. So today I will be bringing my last box from Orange Glad. As you all know by now I have been working with Orange Glad month by month to review and share my thoughts with you guys on their amazing subscription boxes. If you would like to see my previous reviews from Orange Glad. Visit by just clicking the links here: March, May, June
For those that don’t know what Orange Glad is. Orange Glad is a monthly dessert subscription service that sends you delicious and interesting desserts from different bakery’s and sweet shops.

As always for more details visit my previous reviews. I enjoyed this box very much considering it came right around my birthday so that was a great surprise.
As always Orange Glad boxes come with a ”ingredient list” it not only give you the names of the products but the name of the bakery’s that made it.

Hazelnut Cheesecake Brownie By Chocolate Maven
This was quite interesting, I never thought of mixing hazelnut cheesecake and a brownie together. The taste is great, its chocolatey and I love the chopped hazelnuts pieces. Overall delicious and quite lovely even great warm.

Cranberry Muffin Top By Seattle’s Favorite Gourmet Cookies and Desserts Co. What a great idea for those not a fan of the whole muffin. This muffin was not only packed with flavorful dried cranberries but had delicious orange notes.

Ice Dream Sandwich by Orange Glad
Interesting, yet quite good. Crisp crunchy and a great treat.

Giannas Homemade Baked Goods Freedom Star Sugar Cookies

These cookies were not only patriotic but great for a snack in the afternoon. Crunchy, lightly sweet and overall great

Lily’s Bakery Shop Chocolate Babka

I found this quite delicious, flaky buttery, chocolatey great warm or straight from the box with tea or or a glass of milk.

I have had an amazing time partnering with Orange Glad to bring you my readers these awesome reviews. I hope you all enjoy them as much I did writing, and of course tasting. If you would like to try Orange Glad out for yourself be sure to visit their site. You won’t be disappointed. Get your sweet box as low as $13 a month + shipping and handling.
As always I hope you enjoyed this post and thank you for reading.


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Deconstructed Strawberry Cheesecake Parfait




Though this will be my last post on Vintage Ghosts until I get my new site up in running.  I wanted to make you a great a delicious recipe. Exciting, cooling and very light for the summer and way easier than an actual cheesecake.

This cheesecake parfait only takes mins to make and is a great make ahead dessert.

Makes 2-3 servings

Now onto the recipe:

1/2 of a package of cream cheese {you can use light cream cheese}

2-3 tablespoons of sugar {or to your taste}

1 tablespoon of lemon juice

1/3 cup skim milk {depending on how soft your cheese is may not need all of the liquid}

3-4 crumble graham crackers

Strawberries sliced (if your strawberries aren’t sweet sprinkle a sweetener like spenda, stevia, agave, etc )

Place your serving glass in your freezer. In a blender pulse the cream cheese sugar, lemon juice, and half of milk to your taste until creamy still slightly thick. Taste for more sweetness. Take your glasses out of your freezer layer your strawberries, cheesecake mixture and graham and continue to repeat.

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