Hello. My name is Anastasia. I have always loved baking things, and making people smile.
I was always a shy girl, even though I was friendly. And at 14, I was diagnosed with autism.
I have been told I cannot work, because of this. But I am determined to open my bakery.
Anything helps, really. Most of what I need is for a space to open it. I found a great location with lots of trafic, and a big window in the front. ^-^
Please help me reach my goal.
I will write everyone who donates name on an ivy leaf that will go up in the bakery.
So if you donate even $1, you will always be a part of my bakery.
Imagine walking through a door, coming in from the street or shopping mall, and stepping into a garden. Faeries flutter about the room with smiles, and offer you the sweetest cakes and pastries you have ever had. Sídhe offer teas, both hot and cold. Looking past the counter, you see pixies working hard at delivering moist delicacies. Your mouth starts to water as the scent of banana soufflés and cheesecakes fill your nose. One sprite sits at a worktable; grinding herbs you see growing in the windows to make the teas.
A sídhe walks up to you and smiles warmly, “Welcome to Sídhe Bácús.” You sit on a stool, an adorable hand stitched toadstool, at a wooden garden table covered in a calm white lace. It reminds you of spring during your childhood. She brings you your fresh tea in a biodegradable cup, and you see the napkins share the same trait. The biodegradable plate your freshly made crepe sits upon is drizzled with a rich, fresh strawberry sauce and softened strawberry slices. Taking a sip of the tea, you note the difference in the fresh herbs. This place is nature in a box. Plastic vines decorate the walls, and moss adorns the spaces between plant boxes of peppermint and chamomile. It is truly a fairy garden.